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January 16, 2007 | Joel Vincent

You can't prove a negative! That's ridiculous. You can't prove that there is "no threat". That is flat out illogical.

However, I know a guy with allegry to shell fish and if he eats something that even comes into contact with a shellfish he could DIE, so I see the argument and I don't think it would be confusing.

January 16, 2007 | Jessica Diamond

Yeah, i have to agree with you Joel. I dont think it would be weird if all the wineries had to put that warning on the label. But if some did and some didn't, then it would be a bit strange. For me, i understand what fining agents are used for, so its not a big deal. But for someone who doesnt understand, it may put them off to see a "this wine contains shellfish" on the label.

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