Choosy Winos Lift $10,000 Worth of Wine From Local Grocery Store

We've all walked the wine aisle of the local market, wondering whether the $10 wine is that much different from the $15 wine. For some, the decision requires little more than illegal action: Earlier this month, two thieves at a Boston-area Wegman's made off with over $10,000 in expensive vino.

According to police, a man and woman were caught on camera stealing the wine from a Wegman's grocery store in the Boston suburb of Chestnut Hill. The heist occurred over two days.

Via ABC News:

It's not clear how many bottles were taken, but the total cost of the theft was put at $10,000, police said.

Two of the stolen bottles taken on June 12 and June 13 were 2006 Mouton Rothschild, called "one of the world's greatest wines" by Wine.com.

A spokesperson for Wegman's, though she hardly needs to say it, remarked that the bulk of their business is in "lower-priced wines."

Some of the wines that the thieves made off with were valued at over $1,000. Go big or go home.

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