Grape pickings for US lawyers
These days it seems as though the tool of choice for the upper echelon of the American fine-wine scene is neither a Laguiole nor a personal cellar consultant, but a lawyer. The buzz of conversation among sommeliers and wine geeks this past month has not been over the latest lower-alcohol wine from the Sonoma Coast or the effects of root days on wine-tasting events, but instead has focused on the veritable soap operas of wine unfolding in the courtrooms of America. The biggest news by far was last week's announcement that billionaire William Koch had won a lawsuit against wine collector Eric Greenberg [as reported in our forum by...
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