396 Pa.Super. 234 (1990)

578 A.2d 492

The HARFORD MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Appellant, v. Douglas P. MOORHEAD and Marlene B. Moorhead, His Wife, Individually and Trading and Doing Business as Presque Isle Wine Cellars, George A. Stevens and Carla Stevens, His Wife Joseph Bordonaro and Rebecca Bordonaro, His Wife, Trading and Doing Business as Bordonaro's Fruit Stand, Ralph Gagliordi, Crosby & Baker Wine Makers Ltd., and Oak Barrel Wine Crafts, Oregon Specialty Co., Gateway Hardware Company, Sesol France and Schenley Distillers, Inc., Appellee.

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

Filed July 25, 1990.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Michael S. Jan Janin, Erie, for appellant.

William J. Kelly, Erie, for Douglas and Marlene Moorhead, appellees.


KELLY, Judge:

In this opinion we are called upon to decide whether under a comprehensive general liability insurance policy, the duty to defend an insured from liability in a civil suit where the insured is sued on the basis of a "negligent failure to warn" is removed by a "Products Hazard" exclusion. We find that the duty to defend exists in this action, and affirm.

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