Last week Zephyr Teachout lost to Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic gubernatorial primary, but not without taking 34 percent of the vote, more than what most people thought she’d get. Teachout has not supported Cuomo in the general election, instead, she will help Democrats get elected to the State Senate, in an effort to reclaim the majority. What would this mean for the State Senate? We discuss this with Laura Nahmias, of Capital.
Then, we talk about a plot to try and poison the world’s most expensive wine. In January 2010, the proprietor of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, a vineyard that produces the most expensive wines in the world, received a letter that unless he paid a one million euro ransom, his vines would be poisoned. He believed it was a joke, but the threat was real. Reporter Max Potter joins us to talk about how went to France to document this crime and wrote about his findings called “Shadows in the Vineyard: The True Story of the Plot to Poison the World’s Greatest Wine”