Cellar notes: Giants aim to counter fraud

Counterfeiting in the wine business operates at the mid and extremely high end of the market.

9th July, 2005

Counterfeiting in the wine business operates at the mid and extremely high end of the market. It closely mirrors the general counterfeiting business,

where having your product counterfeited is a tangible sign of success.

In wine, famous Burgundy wines like Chablis and Nuits St Georges, or hallowed Rhone Valley appellations like Hermitage and Chateauneuf-du-Pape, have a reputation well beyond the compulsive collector of artisan domains that sell at €1,000 a bottle.

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