Top 10 stories from 2012

18th December, 2012 by Andy Young

10. Moët brand manager jailed for theft

Krug

This story comes from February 2012 and reveals that the brand manager for Moët Hennessy Romain Brunot was jailed and fined for stealing £75,000 of Champagne and spirits.

Over a four year period Brunot helped himself to Krug and Belvedere left over from events and even created fake purchase orders, which he would then divert to his collection.

2 Responses to “Top 10 stories from 2012”

  1. Tom Stevenson says:

    How about a story of the year that got away? The 350th anniversary of Christopher Merret’s description of how the English invented Champagne. When … er, yesterday!

  2. Victoria says:

    Is this the same Romain Brunot? http://www.romainbrunot.com/

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