Wanted for Wine Fraud

Sunny Anderson and guest Daryn Carp uncork a multi-million dollar wine fraud that fooled even the most elite tasters of the wine world. Produced by Paradiso Media for Food Network.Sources:“$75,000 a case?” Los Angeles Times. “Accused Wine Counterfeiter” Wine Spectator. “Wine Con.” New Yorker. “Government Bail Letter.” New York Times Archive.“Great Wine Fraud.” Guardian. “Kurniawan’s Counterfeits.” Wine Enthusiast. “Wine World Fooled.” Wine Enthusiast.“Kurniawan Gets 10 Years.” CBS News.“Koch Settlement” Decanter. “Prison Release.” Drinks Business. “10 Year Sentence” U.S. Attorney’s Office SDNY “Duped Millionaires” NPR.  “Proprietor Halts Sale” Wine Spectator. “Rudy Return” Wine Diarist. “Counterfeiter Deport” Wine Spectator. “Vintage Crime.” Vanity Fair. “Wine Dealer Sentenced” New York Times. “Vintage Fraud” FBI.“Koch vs. Kurniawan.” Dr. Vino. “Koch.” Forbes.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Sunny Anderson hosts Cooked and Booked, the podcast where food and true crime get blitzed, blended and baked into one deliciously dangerous dish. Sunny is best known as a Food Network host, but she’s also a true crime obsessive. In each episode she walks guests through wild stories of scams, heists and criminal capers with tasty twists. Like any good menu, this podcast has a wide array of offerings. Some stories are savory, like one man’s multi-year scam to create and sell millions in fake vintage wine. Others are spicy, like a Michelin food critic who blows the lid off the whole “starred” system. And a few are sweet, like the orchestrated robbery of literal tons of maple syrup. Every episode is filled with decadent drama in culinary cahoots.Produced by Paradiso Media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.