Documentary: Sour Grapes (2016) directed by Reuben Atlas & Jerry Rothwell

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Documentary:  Sour Grapes (2016) directed by Reuben Atlas & Jerry Rothwell

Sour Grapes (2016) directed by Reuben Atlas & Jerry Rothwell is a very interesting look into the world of fine and rare wines and how a con man bilked tens of millions maybe even over $100 million from the wealthy with counterfeit wines.

Most wine lovers would find this documentary very interesting. It gives you a glimpse into the very highest echelon of wine collectors. The kind that buy rare wines for $20,000 a bottle. This documentary also gives you a very fascinating glimpse into how easily many were swindled with counterfeit wine. One French wine maker even showed up at one of the big American auctions to call them out on it himself. This wine maker jotted around the world to try and track down the counterfeiters.

To me one of the more interesting pieces in this documentary was how clearly the victims at some level wanted to believe, making it possible and even easy for the fishy character behind the con to pull it all off. An unbelievable true crime story that all wine lovers will surely enjoy but also be terrified by. So hit the Netflix, Hulu, or Prime and enjoy!

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