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Italian wine worth 40,000 stolen from Liberty

Published:  23 July, 2008

A considerable quantity of Italian fine worth 39,600 (50,000) was stolen from a Liberty Wines delivery truck on Monday evening, it has emerged.

The theft took place near to the Octavian bonded warehouse where company wines are stored in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.

In total, 636 cases of wine were stolen including 50 cases of Isole E Olena Cepparello 2004 and 79 cases of Livio Felluga Terre Alte 2006.

Liberty Wines is appealing to the trade to contact Liberty on tel: 020 7720 5350, should they be offered any of the wines below for purchase outside of the usual Liberty team.

Isole E Olena (Tuscany)

Chianti Classico (75cl) 2006

Cepparello (75cl) 2004

Cepparello (150cl) 2004

Vin Santo (37.5cl) 2000

Cabernet Sauvignon (75cl) 2001

Syrah (75cl) 2004

Livio Felluga (Friuli-Venezia-Giulia)

Pinot Grigio (75cl) 2007

Sharjs (75cl) 2007

Terre Alte (75cl) 2006

Picolit (50cl) 2004

Conti Costanti (Tuscany)

Rosso di Montalcino (75cl) 2005

Brunello di Montaclino (150cl) 2003

GD Vajra (Piemonte)

Dolcetto d'Alba (75cl) 2007

Dolcetto d'Alba (75cl) 2006

Rosabella (75cl, stelvin) 2007

Moscato d'Asti (75cl) 2007

Alpha Zeta (Veneto)

'A' Amarone (75cl) 2005