Last winter, I posted an item on billionaire wine collector William Koch's ire over what he claims are fake wines.
Koch (right) this week filed another lawsuit as part of his four-year-long crusade, claiming the auction house Christie’s International in New York ignored evidence of fakery in the 1980s when it marketed several bottles supposedly once owned by Thomas Jefferson.
Christie’s denies the charges, calling them "incorrect."
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