Lulu Island Winery in Okanagan, British Columbia has hit back at Chinese media over reports that claimed its owner, John Chang had been arrested for smuggling ice wine into China.
A company director who duped collectors into handing over their fine wine in exchange for cheap diamonds has avoided jail.
A former executive at brewing giant MillerCoors has admitted defrauding the company of $8.6 million (£5.9m) by billing for marketing events that didn’t take place.
The boss of a fraudulent wine company who laundered £200,000 of money from conned investors faces jail after being found guilty of possessing criminal property.
A criminal gang that ran a £15 million illicit alcohol operation in the UK has been jailed for a total of 19 years after being caught with piles of ‘dirty’ cash.
The Scotch Whisky Association has appointed Alan Park as its new Director of Legal Affairs, leading the team that safeguards the protection of Scotch whisky’s GI status around the world.
A convicted fraudster conned investors out of over £300,000 for fine wine that was never purchased, and instead spent the money on hotel rooms and shopping trips.
Prime vineyard land in Burgundy owned by the multi million-dollar wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan has quietly been sold off, with proceeds of the sale going to his victims.
The FBI is investigating bankrupt wine retailer Premier Cru under suspicion of running a ponzi scheme.
The owner of boutique Graves winery, Liber Pater, has been fined and sentenced to a prison term for fraud after falsely claiming EU subsidies.
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