CHINA/FRANCE: Mont Tauch hit by fake wine scam

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 February 2010

Around 400,000 bottles of cheap wine falsely labelled as being from the Mont Tauch Cooperative in Southern France have been uncovered on sale in China.

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Around 400,000 bottles of cheap wine falsely labelled as being from the Mont Tauch Cooperative in Southern France have been uncovered on sale in China.

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