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  • Chile's wine industry : historical character and changing geography
  • Before the Pinochet regime, Chile's wine industry was restricted and protected by national laws. Chile's wine was a low-quality beverage to satisfy a thirsty nation ; most of the wine grapes were dry farmed in the Coast Range south of Cauquenes
  • and on adjacent parts of the Central Valley. In the 1980s a dramatic drop in wine drinking forced surviving and new wineries to adopt the technology of the wine revolution. Today, Chilean wineries emphasize premium varietals and production for export. Although
  • wine production has shifted northward, Santiago still articulates the industry. - (SLD)
  • The Californian wine economy : natural opportunities and sociocultural constraints. A regional geographic analysis ot its origins and perspectives.
  • California's internationally dependent wine economy is studied in its Californian regional and American cultural contexts. - (AGD)
  • Audiovisual ; Vine ; Wine
  • City;Town ; Harbour ; Porto ; Portugal ; Trade;Commerce ; Urban history ; Urban landscape ; Wine
  • Evocation of the Portuguese city at the mouth of the Douro River across from Oporto whose history is closely tied to the port wine trade. - (DWG)
  • In Vino communitas: wine and identity in a Swiss Alpine village
  • The U. S. wine market
  • Carte des vins de France = Wine map of France = Weinkarte von Frankreich = Franse Wijnkaart.
  • Crowley, an authority on the geography of wine, discusses wines in the Languedoc-Roussillon (L-R), area of southern France. French wines, in supposed order of declining quality, are designated : Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC), Vin de Qualité
  • Supérieure (VDQS), Vin de Pays, and Vin Ordinaire. Traditionally, L-R has been the land of table wine for the average Frenchman (and Frenchwomen) to enjoy daily. Recently, some growers in L-R have received AOC designation for wines made from traditional
  • Development of wine industry in Spain : three pioneer regions in commercial wine production
  • Agribusiness ; Agricultural region ; Enterprise ; Industrial location ; Industry ; Innovation ; Market ; Marketing ; Quality of product ; Spain ; Wine
  • Historical geography ; Hungary ; Rural history ; Twentieth Century ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture ; Wine
  • This study provides a complex historical geographic investigation of the Tokaj-Hegyalja wine and grape industry. Beside the physical geographic factors (e.g. climate, soil) the history of grape and wine production, the present difficulties
  • Flexible theory and flexible regulation: collaboration and competition in the McLaren Vale wine industry in South Australia
  • Australia ; Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Drink ; Flexibility ; Industrial organization ; Industrial restructuring ; Industry ; Post-Fordism ; Regulation theory ; South Australia ; Wine
  • Climatic conditions for wine grape growing
  • This paper compares the climates of wine growing areas in Central Europe and New Zealand, especially those that prevail near to the latitudinal limit. The southern limit of grape growing in New Zealand may be 45°S, european experience shows a limit
  • Balaton Lake ; Hungary ; Lake ; Tourism ; Wine
  • This paper focuses on the present state and future potentials of wine tourism around Lake Balaton which may play a complementary role in the development of the tourist industry of the region. Apart from Budapest Lake Balaton is traditionally
  • and international tourists. New branches of tourism need to be developed in order to preserve the tourist function of the region, one of them could be wine tourism. - (JS)
  • The importance and quality of governance in the Chilean wine industry
  • Agribusiness ; Chile ; Cooperation ; Export ; Governance ; Industrial concentration ; Industry ; Internationalization ; Wine
  • The wine appellation as territory in France and California
  • In vino veritas: an introduction to the geography of wine
  • Themes of U.S. wine advertising and the use of geography and place to market wine
  • Agricultural product ; Farm ; Market ; Place ; Publicity ; Quality of product ; Terroir ; United States of America ; Vine ; Wine
  • Rôle de la géographie en matière de publicité pour le vin dans le célèbre magazine américain The Wine Spectator. L’analyse systématique du contenu visuel et textuel des annonces publiées dans les numéros de deux années montre qu’environ les 2/3
  • The Tokaj-Hegyalja wine-growing area is the most famous and best known among in Hungary. The size of the area is 890 km2 in total. Depending on time and space 5,000–8,000 hectares have been used to grow wines. The criteria of a wine-growing area
  • the same types of vine and cultivation method; all parts of the area have similar wine-growing traditions ; it produces wines specific to the area ; the proportion of vineyards is at least 7% in each settlement of the area. The study gives an historical
  • Are we there yet? Exploring empowerment at the microscale in the South African wine industry
  • This article investigates microlevel engagements with the national strategy of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) in the South African wine industry. It explains that latent paternalism, entrenched interests, and a ‘dislocated blackness
  • Selected agro-climatic characteristics and wine-grape yields in the Southern Moravia
  • . The attention is, also, devoted to connections between the wine-grape yield and the weather conditions in 1997, an abnormal year from the meteorological point of view. - (IKR)