Uncork the anger. A Manhattan real-estate investor is suing a storage facility called WineCare Storage after it refused him access to his $300,000 wine collection after the warehouse’s cellars were flooded by Superstorm Sandy. Philip “Tod” Waterman III said he received emails from the company telling him his cases had to be moved, but “at least 95 percent of the wine we are storing is fine. That’s not good enough for Waterman, who says he’s spent $44,000 on storage fees at WineCare since 2006, and is demanding a court order to know exactly where his wine is located and how much of it was damaged.
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