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Magazine Archives: Dec. 31, 2007

Lawsuit Alleges $340,000 of Rare Wine Is Fake

Mitch Frank
Issue: December 31, 2007


Billionaire collector William Koch has made good on his threat to shake up the wine-auction world. The Florida energy executive, who has already sued German wine dealer Hardy Rodenstock over the authenticity of four bottles of Bordeaux that may have belonged to Thomas Jefferson, filed a new federal lawsuit in late October against California collector Eric Greenberg and Zachys Wine Auctions.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands November 29, 2007.


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