The final update of the year is jam packed with content! We have four news stories from around the world that are as different as can be and show the gamut wine fraud can encompass. Two of our TCM Authenticator Trainees have blogs about the program. And finally thousands of new images of great producers.
The first update of November includes hundreds of new images of counterfeit and authentic DRC wines, the bottles, capsules, labels, and ink and print.
DRC: New vintages and examples of authentic and counterfeit bottles and ink & print.
NEW ON WINEFRAUD.COM: October 24, 2018
This month’s update has hundreds of new images of DRC, D’Yquem, and Dom Perignon. All authentic, and great pictures of ink, and bottles. We also have two new blogs from our TCM Authenticators, Jason Adams, and Domonal Yeung.
NEW THIS WEEK:
Counterfeit Wines- A Real and Pressing Issues in the HK Wine Market: TCM Authenticator Trainee Domonal Yeung discusses the Hong Kong wine counterfeit issues.
Appreciating and Protecting the US Fine Wine Market: TCM Authenticator Trainee Jason Adams remarks about the benefits of the US wine market.
D’Yquem: New authentic images of bottles and ink in vintages from the 1920’s to present.
Dom Perignon: Authentic 1990 Images of ink and bottles.
DRC: Authentic recent vintages of bottles and ink of multiple vineyards.
NEW ON WINEFRAUD.COM: September 27, 2018
The second update in September hundreds of images of Coche Dury, both of ink and print as well as bottle images. We also have the Refutation of Stuart George- showing how we came up with our Rudy Kurniawan numbers.
Cheval Blanc: new vintages of authentic bottles and ink.
Ornellaia: New vintages of authentic bottles and ink.
Giacosa: Authentic images of bottles and ink and print images.
NEW THIS WEEK: August 17, 2018
The second update in August is filled with new authentic images. We added in hundreds of new images of Italian and Spanish wine producers, including bottle images, anti-fraud images, and ink microscope images.
Pingus and Vega Sicilia Wines were counterfeited: The four person crime ring was arrested, and how Pingus took them down.
Margaux: Hundreds more vintages 1960- present of bottles and ink.
NEW THIS WEEK: July 13, 2018
The first update in July has hundreds of new Margaux ink and print as well as bottle images- all authentic- in early vintages. We also added two new blogs covering wine fraud and Australia to meet our Authenticator Trainees in that side of the world.
NEW THIS WEEK:
The Australian Wine Auction Market & the Future for Combatting Fraud: TCM Authenticator Trainee Scott Evers talks about the nuances of Australia’s wine auction market and fraud that comes with it.
Tackling Fraudulent & Counterfeit Wines: TCM Authenticator Trainee Alison Eisermann Ctercteko shares a piece written for press in Australia and New Zealand about wine fraud.
Margaux: Hundreds more early vintages of ink and bottles.
NEW THIS WEEK: June 29, 2018
Our June update is full of hundreds of new Margaux images, with hundreds more still to come! We also have a news story about the capsules on French bottles, and how they will change going forward, and could continue to change.
Margaux: New authentic ink examples as well as bottle images.
NEW THIS WEEK: May 3, 2018
This update showcases a great summary by the Wall Street Journal’s Lettie Teague about our trainings we hosted for the first time on US soil in February. We also added multiple new galleries of authentic Latour ink.
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