Be careful which brand of wine you drink, alleges one lawsuit.

Thinking about raising your glasses tonight? Well, not so fast.

A class-action lawsuit in California is accusing multiple popular winemakers of allowing up to 4-5 times the EPA limit of arsenic in its wines, according to CBS News. Kevin Hicks of Beverage Grades used lab testing to find out what 1300 wines were composed of and concluded that almost a quarter of wines were over the legal arsenic limit.

Curious if you've had any of the wines named in the lawsuit? Some of the wines that tested high for arsenic are bestsellers, including:

  • Beringer
  • Menage a Trois
  • Cupcake
  • Flipflop
  • Franzia
  • Sutter Home
  • Trader Joe's "Two Buck Chuck"

Considering today's crappy start to "spring" weather, you might be inclined to pour yourself a glass of something tonight. Maybe skip the Merlot this weekend and stick to beer instead.