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SOUTH AFRICA: US asks for global assistance over Burgundy wine fraud scandal

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United States officials have made an informal request to other New World wine producing countries to look into the possibility that fraudulent Burgundy wines have been imported into their markets. A US communiqué was dispatched late last week to among others, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, to be on the lookout for the fraudulent Burgundian wine that was exposed late last year.


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