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- Kurniawan trial: Rudy's house 'a wine factory' - prosecution
An FBI officer who was part of the raid on Rudy Kurniawan's house has told a court of how agents found the alleged wine fraudster's house littered with labels of famous wine chateaux, bottles and bottling equipment.
- Kurniawan trial: Alleged fraudster owed millions of dollars
Rudy Kurniawan had spiralling debts totalling millions of dollars around the same time that he attempted to sell counterfeit fine wine at auction, a court has heard in the second day of the alleged wine fraudster's trial.
- Accolade Wines appoints John Ratcliffe as CEO
Hardys winemaker Accolade Wines has ended its year-long search for a chief executive by opting for experience in appointing John Ratcliffe to the position.
- Kurniawan trial: 'This is a case about greed,' prosecution says
State prosecutors have portrayed alleged fine wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan as a greedy individual who funded his taste for fast cars by baiting collectors into buying 'phony knock-offs', but defence lawyers argued that their client has been unfairly victimised.
- Chinese buyer takes top lot in French prime minister's cellar auction
A 27-year-old Chinese buyer took the top lot in an auction of the French prime minister's wine cellar that raised more than EUR170,000.
- Symington acquires Douro vineyard after 100-year wait
The Symington family has bought a 30-hectare Douro estate it has been eyeing for the past century, shrugging off concerns about falling global Port consumption.
- Bordeaux en primeur buyers fear being priced out: Decanter report
More than three quarters of Bordeaux en primeur buyers surveyed are concerned about being priced out of the market, according to a new Decanter consumer report on the annual wine futures sale.
- Georgian winemaking method joins UNESCO heritage list
Georgia's traditional winemaking method of fermenting grapes in earthenware, egg-shaped vessels has been added to the world heritage list of the United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organisation (UNESCO).
- Kurniawan trial: Defence witness judges majority of trial exhibits fakes
A proposed expert witness for Rudy Kurniawan has told the judge for the alleged wine fraudster's upcoming trial that he believes most of the suspect wines put forward by the prosecution to be fakes.
- Pensioner fakes death to avoid EUR50,000 wine bill
A French pensioner who pretended he was dead to avoid paying tens of thousands of euros in unpaid wine bills has been sentenced to 18 months of electronic cuff surveillance, with 10 months suspended.