NPR: How Atomic Particles Helped Solve A Wine Fraud Mystery
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2 Responses to “How Wine Detectives Determine Wine Fraud”

  1. jbegan says:

    Koch brother has $12 million award in wine fraud case reduced to just $711,622. – NY Daily News

  2. Tim says:

    Good one Barry! Far too easy to get stiffed by a phony vintner/wholesaler/retailer, unfortunately.