In what has got to be one of the steals of the century, Ken Jacques of San Luis Obispo just bought 125,000 bottles for less than $0.01 per case at auction. Apparently the bottles, from James Estate Winery, were auctioned off to pay for a debt that resulted from a court judgment. Guess who the winery owed money to? That's right. Ken Jacques. I guess its sort of a case of having having his wine but getting to drink it too....
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