Gang sold plonk under one of France's most expensive wine labels

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Prosecutors in Burgundy say a network of counterfeiters sold at least 400 bottles of cheap wine as Romanée-Conti for a total of 2 million euros.

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European authorities are pursuing a network of counterfeiters who passed off hundreds of bottles of swill as Romanée-Conti, often considered the best and most expensive wine in the world, reports The National Post.