Courtroom illustration. Courtroom illustration.

Kurniawan was ordered to forfeit $20 million in real estate, art, jewelry, and wine, and pay $28.4 million to those he deceived. On the up-side will share everything he knows about the wine counterfeiting industry!

Labels found in Kurniawan's house. Labels found in Kurniawan's house.

The Indonesian wine dealer is the first person in the U.S. to be prosecuted for selling fake wine, the wine-mixing and label doctoring operation was run out of his LA-kitchen. "A bold, grandiose, unscrupulous but destined-to-fail con," U.S. District Judge Richard Berman said about Kurniawan, also known as Dr. Conti, scheme who had cheated collectors, auction houses, and others from 2004 to 2012.

Bill is on the rampage, watch out! Bill is on the rampage, watch out!

William, a.k.a Bill Koch was among the first wine collectors to publicly admit he'd been fooled. He testified during the trial that he lost about $2.1 million on 219 bottles of what he believed to be French vintage wine and finalized a civil lawsuit against Kurniawan last month.

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