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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
18 May 2010

Lawyer Nick Bartman reports that one big problem in the burgeoning Chinese wine market is the prevalence of liquids being sold as wine that are not made from fermented grape juice at all but are entirely fabricated.

'It may be bigger than I discovered, as to tell one needs to take the cork out', he points out.…