17 August 2014 | Chapeau

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In its August 9, 2014 edition, Le Matin Dimanche claimed that Dominique Giroud had been given a "light" and "lenient" tax sentence. The winegrower objected to this one-sided value judgement and got the newspaper to interview his spokesman to set the record straight. Below is the text of the interview:
https://giroud.grd.agency/17-aout-2014-une-inadvertance-du-matin-dimanche/

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Dominique Giroud

I'm facing a media storm. I've been wrongly accused of tampering with my wines to make money. Journalists have overdramatised and criticised without any nuance. In so doing, they have tarnished and perhaps ruined forever my reputation as an oenologist. Faced with these accusations, I have decided to publish my version of events on this website.

Readers will be the judge.

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