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Innovative winemaking: Consumer acceptance of red table wines
Purpose: This paper aims to evaluate the consumer acceptance of Bordô and Isabel wines from innovative winemaking in order to increase red wine consumption by consumers to obtain nutritional benefits. Design/methodology/approach: ...
Wine, product differentiation and tourism: exploring the case of chile and the maule region
(Instituto de Estudios Humanísticos "Juan Ignacio Molina" <br>Universidad de Talca, 2005)
The influence of the emotions produced by the wine offer, winery visits, and wine news on wine purchase intent in tourists
Wineries are using wine tourism to sell directly to consumers and develop brand equity. Studies show that emotions directly affect the purchase of products. However, they do not know the degree to which the emotions produced ...
Impact of berry size at harvest on red wine composition: a winemaker's approach
(John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2020)
About the Need to Move Towards a DO's System on Chilean Wine
(Univ Santiago de Chile, 2016)
The present essay discusses the current legal body of Decree 464 in Law 18.455 "Viticultural Zoning and Appellations of Origin" for Chilean wine. A legislation that is lacking in DO protection and recognition, being rather ...
Marketing chilean wine domestically. Comparing wine sales at supermarkets and specialty wine shops
(Wine Appreciation Guild, 2014)
American grape wines: The Vitis labrusca X-factor
Wine is one of the most famous beverages in the world, and the principal wine producers worldwide are European countries, which are known as their high quality wines produced from Vitis vinifera grapes. In contrast to this ...
Role of great wine capitals network in making wine tourism a competitive factor of a territory
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