When Winemakers Become Criminals

Issue: May 15, 1997

May 15, 1997 When Winemakers Become Criminals States toughen up laws against mail-order shipping of wine By Kim Marcus In December 1995, Ken Singer, owner of Expressway Liquors in Louisville, Ky., had his 14-year-old son call a Los Angeles-area retailer and order a six-pack of Budweiser, a bottle of Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay and a bottle of Jack Daniel's whiskey.

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