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    Counterfeit Wine Food Fraud Part I: The Challenge of Enforcement and Prosecution with a Review of the Wine Spectator Article

    by John Spink • December 2, 2015 • Blog • 0 Comments

    “Counterfeit wine is almost as old as wine itself, a problem that ‘Pliny the Elder’ decried in first-century Rome.” A wine expert stated that “If someone is faking Miraval, a $25 rose, I could be drinking counterfeit rarities.” This is a review of the November 30, 2015 Wine Spectator Magazine article of...

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