publication . Other literature type . 2009

Between wine consumption and wine tourism: Consumer and spatial behavior of Israeli wine tourists

Shor, Noa; Mansfeld, Yoel;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2009 Journal: Tourism: An International Interdisciplinary Journal, volume 57, issue 4 (issn: 1332-7461, eissn: 1849-1545, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Institute for Tourism
Abstract
The development of wine tourism worldwide has been accompanied by academic research on wine tourism and wine tourists. Wine tourists and wine enthusiasts have been found to share many socio-demographic similarities. It has been found that people visiting wineries consume wine on a regular basis, have an average to high level of knowledge about wine, and visit wineries and wine-producing regions a few times a year. Their involvement with wine is apparent both from their daily consumption and from their behavior as tourists. Research conducted among wine tourists shows that they share a number of lifestyle characteristics and tend to share the same values. In ligh...
Subjects
free text keywords: wine tourism; consumer behavior, lifestyle, Golan Heights
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