Wine fraud

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Lars Holmberg;
  • Publisher: Dove Press
  • Journal: International Journal of Wine Research, volume 2,010, pages 105-13 (issn: 1179-1403)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.2147/IJWR.S14102
  • Subject: Fermentation industries. Beverages. Alcohol | International Journal of Wine Research | TP500-660

Lars HolmbergFaculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DenmarkAbstract: Wine fraud may take several forms, of which two are discussed here: consumption fraud aimed at the wine market in general, and collector fraud aimed at the very top of the wine market. E... View more
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