2022: Just Accepted
Review Article

Viniculture and Tourism in the New World of Wine: a literature review from the American continent.

Humberto Thomé-Ortiz
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
Published January 20, 2022
Keywords
  • Emerging territories,
  • food and wine tourism,
  • vitiviniculture
How to Cite
García-Rodea, L. F., Thomé-Ortiz, H., Espinoza-Ortega, A., & de Alcântara Bittencourt-César, P. (2022). Viniculture and Tourism in the New World of Wine: a literature review from the American continent . Wine Economics and Policy. https://doi.org/10.36253/wep-10897

Abstract

In the so-called New World of Wine, the wine industry, particularly in the American continent, has increased its presence in various socioeconomic areas through strategies adapted to market conditions. This literature review aims to identify research on viticulture and wine tourism in the New World of Wine and categorize them to indicate new lines of research and knowledge gaps. Given that the consumption and production of wine in the American continent was generated in European migrations and through the cultural mobility of food consumer goods, wine production systems have been consolidated in some emerging territories. However, the scientific production in this regard shows essential areas of opportunity.

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