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Global Wine Tourism

by J. Carlsen

  • 81 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by CABI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leisure,
  • Tourism industry,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Industries - Hospitality, Travel & Tourism,
  • Business & Economics / Hospitality, Travel & Tourism,
  • Case studies,
  • Wine and wine making,
  • Wine tourism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8961440M
    ISBN 10184593170X
    ISBN 109781845931704

    1. Introduction. The growth of wine tourism in Australia over the last decade has been substantial (Ali-Knight & Charters, a; Macionis & Cambourne, ) and this development has been mirrored in other wine-producing areas—particularly in ‘New World’ wine destinations such as North America and New the same time, it is generally acknowledged that there has Cited by: The book Best Practices in Global Wine Tourism: 15 Case Studies from Around the World, co-written by two of the Universitat de Barcelona Business School members, Agustí Casas and Rubén Huertas, was awarded Best Wine Tourism Book in the world ceremony took place in Yantia, China, last May , at the annual Gourmand Awards Ceremony. It is the second prize for this book.

    Enotourism, oenotourism, wine tourism, or vinitourism refers to tourism whose purpose is or includes the tasting, consumption or purchase of wine, often at or near the other types of tourism are often passive in nature, enotourism can consist of visits to wineries, tasting wines, vineyard walks, or even taking an active part in the harvest. Academic researchers and students in tourism and hospitality fields, as well as anyone connected with the wine industry, will find this book an essential guide to understanding the global impacts of wine tourism and the consequent economic, social and environmental impacts and opportunities.

      Food, and in particular, wine tourism is a fast-growing industry in the United States as well as internationally. In , the World Travel Monitor found that the US was the second outbound travel market for short trips and the largest market for longer trips for leisure purposes. What is Gastronomic Tourism? Definition of Gastronomic Tourism: Recently, an increasing emphasis has also been placed on experiences and attractions related to food. Food tourism - an example of culinary tourism - has been defined as “visits to food producers, food festivals, restaurants and specific locations where the taste of food and/or experience of the specificity .


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Global Wine Tourism by J. Carlsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wine regions are attracting increasing numbers of tourists through tours, wine festivals and events, and winery, restaurant and cellar door experiences. Using a host of case studies from Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand this book reviews the latest wine tourism research and management and marketing strategies.

The book highlights the. “The global breath of this book is impressive, with great case studies from the Old and New World wine regions, as well as emerging wine regions, such as China.

I especially enjoyed how each chapter started with a personal story, and the innovative wine /5(5). Wine regions are attracting increasing numbers of tourists through tours, wine festivals and events, and winery, restaurant and cellar door experiences. Using a host of case studies from Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand this book reviews the latest wine tourism research and management and marketing strategies.

The book highlights the Reviews: 1. Global Wine Tourism: Research, Management and Marketing Jack Carlsen and Stephen Charters (editors) (Wallingford, Oxford: CAB International, ; pp, hardcover, £, US$, ISBN 1 Author: Johan Bruwer.

Global wine tourism activities and interest in the segment by academics have been exponentially growing in the last 20 years (Quadri-Felitti and Fiore Author: Jack Carlsen. On this page, you will learn more about This website is a guide which has been built to make your life easier.

Through its user-friendly interface and booking system, you will gain time to book your wine tourism experiences. Wine: A Global Business provides an essential overview of the relevant components to consider when establishing a wine business. Beginning with a global perspective on the state of the wine industry, the book then provides step-by-step basics on establishing a wine business strategy, business considerations for establishing a vineyard and producing wine, and then explores all /5(8).

Global wine tourism: research, management and marketing. Description This book reviews a broad range of topics concerning wine tourism, including regional development, marketing, cellar door experiences, festivals and events, and tours and trails, with insights from case studies in Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

Though wine tourism is still a niche within the larger global tourism industry, its growth has become a force that is no longer being ignored by the winemakers of the Old World. While Europe has been playing catch up for many years now, the world’s oldest winemaking regions are continuing their ascent to the forefront of wine tourism.

My new book Around the World in Eighty Wines has received the Gourmand International award for best U.S. book in the wine and spirits tourism category and will now compete for “Best in the World” with winners from other countries.

The global gold, silver, and bronze medals will be announced this May at award ceremonies in Yantai, China. The. Wine tourism is a rapidly growing field of industry and academic interest with changes in the consumer markets in recent years, showing an enormous interest in 'experiential' travel.

Wine Tourism Around the World is therefore an invaluable text for both students and practitioners alike and provides:* The first comprehensive introduction to wine tourism from a business, social 5/5(1). Thach, L. “12 Best Practices in Global Wine Tourism – Part 2.

Fine Wine & Liquor, NO. 71, pgs.Jan issue.(Published in Chinese and English. Food and wine are vital components of the tourism experience, and are increasingly being seen as prime travel motivators in their own right. Food Tourism Around The World: Development, Management and Markets offers a unique insight into this phenomenon, looking at the interrelationship between food, the tourism product and the tourist experience.

Using. The aim of this book is to show how wine tourism can be used as a model for sustainable economic development, driving economic growth and social development in some locations.

It will explore the interaction between tourism and viticulture in wine tourism destinations, while also explaining some of the repercussions of these activities. How to navigate the wine trails, D Hurburgh, Myriad Research Associates, Australia and D Friend-- Summary and Conclusions-- * The Future of Wine Tourism Research, Management and Marketing, S Charters and J Carlsen.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary. Each wine tourism experience box includes a selection of 3 contrasting wines (varietals, ageing, terroir.), a technical data sheet for each wine, a branded cork screw or pressure cap and a copy of the book 50 Great Cavas.

This book examines the social dimension of sustainability in the wine industry. Social sustainability focuses on people and communities.

Contributors explore topics such as philanthropy, poverty, natural disasters, communication, and wine tourism from a global perspective using research and case studies in developed and developing countries.

“Wine tourism in Europe has been narrowly focused,” says Dubliner Karl O’Hanlon, whose Languedoc château hotels, Les Carrasses and St Pierre-de Author: Anthony Peregrine. Wine tourism is becoming more and more critical for wineries to be successful in wine tourism.

In California it brings in $ 2 billion annually. Read Books Best Practices in Global Wine Tourism: 15 Case Studies from Around the World E-Book Free. Hue [PDF] Global Entrepreneurship: Case Studies of Entrepreneurial Firms Operating around the World. Aqh.

Written for both students and practitioners in the tourism and hospitality fields, this book is an essential guide to understanding the global impacts of wine tourism and the consequent economic, social and environmental impacts and opportunities.- Best Wine Tourism, Boa Cama Boa Mesa – Expresso - Best Wine Centre – Highly Commended, Drinks International - "One of the 9 must-see wineries in the world", American Airlines - Best Wine Tourism Award - Innovative Experiences - Global Best Wine Tourism Award - Art and Culture.

Global Wine Tourism Conference in Georgia: A Preliminary Report October 4, By Mike Veseth in globalization, wine, wine tourism 5 Comments Sue and I have recently returned from the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) first Global Conference on Wine Tourism in Tbilisi, Georgia and I know just what you are going to say.