FRANCE/US: E&J Gallo a victim in mass Pinot Noir wine fraud

By Chris Mercer | 18 February 2010

Wineries and merchants in southern France have been found guilty of duping buyers, including E&J Gallo Winery, into purchasing fake Pinot Noir wine at inflated prices.

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Wineries and merchants in southern France have been found guilty of duping buyers, including E&J Gallo Winery, into purchasing fake Pinot Noir wine at inflated prices.

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