As a result of a class action lawsuit, tens of thousands of Americans are owed a piece of a recent class action lawsuit (up to $10.50 a person).
The lawsuit claims that some of the major wine labels sold Pinot Noir to U.S. consumers that may not have contained enough amounts of the varietal to be properly labeled “Pinot Noir.”
You can file a claim if you purchased any of the following wines before December 2, 2011:
Farallon Pinot Noir 2006
Rex Goliath Pinot Noir 2005-2008
Talus Pinot Noir 2005-2007
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Pinot Noir 2005-2008
Red Bicyclette Pinot Noir 2005
Redwood Creek Pinot Noir 2005-2007
Turning Leaf Pinot Noir 2006
If you remember buying one of these bottles or you still have it sitting on your wine rack, you can grab a claim form and all the details at www.FrenchPinotNoirSettlement.com. The claim form only takes a few minutes to fill out…
If you have proof of purchase, you can file a claim to receive a full reimbursement on your purchase. However, if you’re like me and chuck your receipts before leaving the grocery store, you can still file a claim to receive $3.50 per bottle you purchased (Up to a total total of $10.50).
You must submit a claim form postmarked on or before May 24, 2012.
Good luck Penny Hoarders!