US/FRANCE: Constellation Brands used fake Pinot Noir wine supplier

By Chris Mercer | 19 February 2010

The wine merchant at the centre of France's fake Pinot Noir scandal sold wine to Constellation Brands, it has emerged, as US authorities consider their own investigation of the fraud.

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The wine merchant at the centre of France's fake Pinot Noir scandal sold wine to Constellation Brands, it has emerged, as US authorities consider their own investigation of the fraud.

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