According to a new report, the insects, which appeared to be earwigs, were found by a Las Vegas liquor store, prompting a response from the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s producer and distributor, Palm Bay International.
On May 19, Page Six shared photos of the bugs and confirmed that the store discovered the contaminated bottles before putting them on their shelves.
“I recommend everyone thoroughly inspect any bottle of Vanderpump Rosé before purchasing and consuming them,” a source warned of the Vanderpump Rules cast member’s product.
While the location where the bugs originated was not confirmed, the outlet said they likely came from the bottling facility and not the Provence, France, winery where Lisa’s grapes are procured.
In a statement to Page Six, Palm Bay International insisted they had not received any previous complaints about bugs in their bottles.
“This is the first we are learning of it,” a company rep explained. “We stand behind the quality and integrity of the wines in our portfolio and require rigorous standards at the production and bottling facilities that we work with.”
“We’d welcome the chance to connect directly with the individual who encountered this issue, as in five years of selling this product we have never received any retailer or customer complaints of this nature. Thank you!”
Although Page Six reached out to Lisa for comment, she did not respond.