Charles Banks, the former owner of Screaming Eagle, has been indicted in federal court on two counts of wire fraud, and could face up to 40 years in prison.
Champagne trade body the Comité Champagne has failed in its attempt to stop children enjoying a fizzy drink called Champín.
A Chinese court has handed an injunction to a company that was illegally labelling bottles of whisky as Scotch, which could set a legal precedent to protect the term.
A man who was banned from running a company has swindled £1m out of investors in a fraudulent fine wine scheme, a London court has heard.
Several LVMH employees from Champagne houses Krug and Veuve Clicquot have appeared in a Reims court accused of severe bullying and sexual harassment.
Supporters of “Champagne Jayne” have launched a fundraising campaign to help the wine communicator during her ongoing legal battle with the Champagne bureau.
A Champagne producer has been put on trial after looting hundreds of historic French sites for artefacts to indulge his passion for archaeology.
Former Australian MP and parliamentary speaker Peter Slipper has been found guilty of misusing taxpayer funds for private visits to various Canberra wineries.
A case brought against former Australian MP Peter Slipper is heating up after he admitted paying for trips to wineries with tax-funded taxi vouchers.
The trial of alleged wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan wrapped up in New York yesterday with the prosecution telling the jury that he duped his victims into buying fake wines due to greed.
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