Bordeaux heist leaves sour taste

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A pounds 500 reward was offered today for information into the theft of pounds 30,000 worth of rare wines from a warehouse.

Fifty cases of mainly red and white Bordeaux wines were taken out through a hole in the roof at Reid Wines in Marsh Lane, Hallatrow, north Somerset. Simon Wood, a partner in the company, said the wines were too young to be drunk. "What's most upsetting is that whoever took these wines probably won't like them and they'll just throw them away," he said. "Most of them need at least another 10 years to mature before drinking."

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