Phony French Pinot Draws Class-Action Suit

Tim Fish
Issue: May 31, 2010

It looks like E.&J. Gallo's headaches over the Red Bicyclette Pinot Noir scandal are far from over. On the heels of a Feb. 17 ruling in a French court that found Gallo's suppliers guilty of selling the company millions of bottles of fake Pinot Noir, a Los Angeles law firm has filed a class-action suit against the global wine giant.

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