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label, wrong glass among clues in
alleged bogus wine case
CHICAGO (Reuters) - An artificially aged
label was among the clues that a pricey
magnum of French wine sold by celebrity
chef Charlie Trotter last year was a
fake, a wine expert involved in the case
Bekim and Ilir Frrokaj paid more than
$46,200 last June for what they thought
was a magnum of 1945 Domaine de la
Romanée-Conti from Trotter's legendary
restaurant, according to an amended
complaint filed in federal court in
Chicago on Friday.
Trotter closed his restaurant in August,
and sold thousands of bottles from his
restaurant's wine collection.
Reuters could not reach Trotter for
comment on Friday. But he denied the
allegations to the Chicago Tribune,
according to a story published on the
newspaper's web site.
The Tribune reported that Trotter said
one of the buyers had called him asking
for his money back, and described him as
"a disgruntled client who probably
paid a lot more money (for the bottle)
than he's ever paid before. It's buyer's
According to the amended complaint,
Bekim Frrokaj hired wine consultant
Maureen Downey last fall to authenticate
the magnum for insurance purposes. She
determined it was "counterfeit and
valueless based on the physical
attributes of the DRC magnum, the
provenance provided by Charlie
Trotter's, and her discussions with
Domaine de la Romanee-Conti"
experts and employees, according to the
amended complaint and an interview with
Downey told Reuters that she had long
understood that such a large format
bottle of this particular wine was never
made because of the small-scale
production from the Romanee-Conti
vineyard, particularly in the limited
When Frrokaj sent her photographs of the
bottle to review, she said the bottle's
glass and markings were inconsistent.
Downey added, "His label and
vintage tag are exact replicas of those
of another client's bottle I also
believe to be counterfeit....I believe
they have the same counterfeiting
Downey also said she questioned the
accuracy of a letter Frrokaj had
received, on the restaurant's
letterhead, stating that the bottle had
been purchased by Trotter in 2001 from
representatives of Wilson Daniels, a
fine-wine importer and distributor of
DRC wines in the United States.
Downey said she contacted a
representative of Wilson Daniels, who
confirmed her suspicion that no such
bottles were sold by the wine importer.
A spokeswoman from Wilson Daniels could
not be reached for comment on Friday.
Information Downey received after a
later visit to DRC confirmed her belief
in the accuracy of her report, the
The lawsuit accuses Trotter and his
former restaurant of violating federal
and state consumer laws, and seeks
$75,000 in damages.
The case is Frrokaj et al v. CHT Corp et
al, U.S. District Court, Northern
District of Illinois, No. 13-04376.
Courtesy of Yahoo
A man with a pegleg, hook hand and an
eyepatch went to apply to be a pirate.
Interviewer: How did you get that pegleg?
Pirate: Arrr. I got me leg shot off
during the first world war.
Interviewer: How did you get that hook?
Pirate: I got me hand cut off by a big
Interviewer: What about your eyepatch?
Pirate: It was a rainy afternoon and I
looked up into the sky and a bird
crapped in me eye.
Interviewer: And that put your eye out?
Pirate: No, it was the day after I got
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