Bolivian wine was liquid cocaine
Cocaine has been found in wine exported from Bolivia to Bulgaria, during a drugs inspection by customs officers at the Black Sea port of Varna. The container's route started in Bolivia but the bottles full of liquid cocaine were loaded in the Chilean port of Arica, unbeknown to the owners of the Kohlberg winery. Out of the 1020 bottles of Kohlberg wine only 68 bottles were reported to be real wine.
The Kohlberg winery is a leading Bolivan brand, producing about 2.7m litres a year. Bolivia is the world's third-largest producer of cocaine, and the third biggest supplier to the US after Colombia and Venezuela.