The Locked Wine Cellar
|Title:||The Locked Wine Cellar|
|Japanese title:||密室のワインセラー |
(Misshitsu no Wain Serā)
|Original airdate:||May 28, 2001|
|Manga source:||TV Original|
|Cast:||Conan Edogawa |
|Case solved by:||Kogoro Mouri (via Conan)|
|Next Conan's Hint:||Smashed wine|
|Director:||Yasuichiro Yamamoto |
|Episode director:||Eiichi Kuboyama|
|Animation director:||Atsushi Aono|
|Prev episode:||« The Evidence That Didn't Disappear|
|Next episode:||The Nanki Shirahama Mystery Tour »|
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Kogoro, Ran, and Conan are invited to a private party by a president of a financial business, Shohei Kusaka, who is known for his expensive collection and various tastes in wine. Three other guests have attended, Takeo Nonaka, Jyokichi Tonomura, and Yukari Takano; all of whom have borrowed money from the president. Kusaka challenges one of the guests, Tonomura, to a tasting challenge: if Tonomura guesses all of the wines correctly, Kusaka will forget his debt. As Tonomura guesses two of the wines correctly, the president gets frustrated and goes to his wine cellar for a rare wine. After taking a break, they all realize that the president has taken too long to return. Toshiko and Kogoro go to check on him, Conan following behind, and they discover his body in the wine cellar.
Conan takes notice of the victim's odd position on the floor. During the investigation, it is discovered that Shohei and his wife, Toshiko, are the only ones with the keys to the wine cellar, which was locked. In addition, the window could only be opened from the inside, and has a security alarm so it can't be forced open.
Based on what was found so far, the culprit should still be in the house. Fingerprints have been found on the door by two of the suspects, Jyokichi Tonomura and Yukari Takano. Nonaka went outside and never touched the door, and Toshiko was in the kitchen and couldn't leave without passing by Kogoro's group. Conan puts the pieces together, and uses Kogoro with the aid of Takagi and Chiba to reenact how the criminal killed the president.
- This wine case is cited in Red Wine Indictment.
- Jyokichi Tonomura is very similar to Minoru Nishina, the essayist in The Fourteenth Target.
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