Information on fake wines
7 Feb 2004 by JR
from Mary Garland in Hong Kong: I know PPers have talked about this before, but it seems that everywhere you turn there are new reports of more fake wines. I'm very interested to see how the industry is tackling the problem of "pirated plonk" and would love to hear more about what's actually happening in this area. The latest I've just read about is fake Canadian icewine being found in Taiwan and China (we seem to have a penchant for fakes in this corner of the world). I get a daily wine news bulletin with such news from which...

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