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The last few years has seen an unprecedented interest in the marketing and development of wine and culinary tourism, both overseas and in Australia Macionis, 1998. Indeed, wine and food have become integral components of the tourism product and experience Hall, et.al., forthcoming. For example,...
Although wine tourism in Australia and internationally is well established, marketing research efforts to date have been negligible. Estimates of visitation to wine regions by domestic and international visitors are based on secondary analysis, and these data do not conform to the accepted...
Whilst the traditional English public house still represents the largest part of the market, its share is falling with the introduction of themed branded establishments. The UK's pub retailers have over the past five years reacted to a developing society whereby attitudes towards leisure time,...
Update on what is happening in the wine market in South Africa.
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