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Thieves steal 150 bottles of wine at top Parisian Restaurant


Michelin Star restaurant in Paris saw a theft of 150 bottles of premium wines.

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Maison Rostang, saw a theft of 150 bottles prized wines. It’s said that the wines are estimated to be around hundreds and thousands of euros. 

Founded by Michel Roustang, Maison Rostang is a 2 star Michelin restaurant and is known for its ‘magnificent wine list’, including bottles from the famous Petrus and Romanee Conti Vineyards.  Located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, near the Arc de Triomphe, Maison Roustang has a 50,000 bottle wine cellar, according to its website.

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Restaurant employees told AFP that they discovered a 20inch hole in the wine cellar of the restaurant, being the result of the break-in on Monday (1st July 2019)

The police source said the stolen wine could be worth as much as 400,000 euros-600,000 euros (USD 450,000-USD 680,000 dollars).

The cellar is currently being renovated to ensure a safer place to store their expensive and extensive list of wines. 

Maison Rostang, 20 Rue Rennequin, 75017 Paris, France

Maison Rostang, 20 Rue Rennequin, 75017 Paris, France

Backlog update: In 2009, the French police arrested a 44-year old man under suspicion of having stolen over 500 bottles of wines from the best restaurants across Paris.

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