The Chinese government's crackdown on corruption has led to accusations against two companies for misusing $43 million in public funds for a shopping spree that included 14 Bordeaux châteaus. The investigation threatens to bring down leading business figures in the People's Republic and could result in the wineries being confiscated by officials. Wine Spectator's Suzanne Mustacich reports.
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