Wine Business Case Studies

Author: Pierre Mora
Editor: Board and Bench Publishing
ISBN: 1935879715
Size: 20,69 MB
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Published in association with the Bordeaux College of Business, this groundbreaking book applies business pedagogy s powerful learning tool to the unique challenges of wine business management. Within are thirteen cases drawn from the examples of real business success and calamity by an international group of respected wine business scholars.

Case Studies In The Wine Industry

Author: Cristina Santini
Editor: Woodhead Publishing
ISBN: 008101046X
Size: 10,64 MB
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Case Studies in the Wine Industry aims to close the gap between academic researchers and industry professionals through real world scenarios and field-based research. The book explores how consumer and sensory science has been implemented in the wine industry to achieve certain goals, including the rejuvenation of product image, the shaping of new market places, the achievement of market differentiation and geographical diffusion, the achievement of customer loyalty, and the promotion of traditional features of the product. There is an emerging demand from wine industry professionals and undergraduate and postgraduate students who attend business and agricultural studies courses who want to gain practical information through real cases and field-based research. Bridges the gap between scholars and practitioners in understanding consumers of wine Allows scientists and professionals to make the most of R&D outcomes Advances consumer science research to address business problems in the wine industry

Exporter S Handbook To The Us Wine Market

Author: Deborah M. Gray
Editor: Board and Bench Publishing
ISBN: 1935879553
Size: 19,41 MB
Format: PDF
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Attempting to export wine to the U.S. has long been fraught with difficulty, especially for the smaller producers. The U.S. wine industry, complicated by confusing regulations and intense internal brand competition, is also the land of opportunity and home to an adventurous and egalitarian wine consuming population. But without an understanding of how to effectively enter this complex market, the exporter often founders and retreats in frustration. This book provides a guide to approaching and attracting an importer, differentiating terms and regulations which must be understood to prosper, and avenues to achieving and sustaining attainable sales and distribution goals.

Business Of Winemaking

Author: Jeffrey L. Lamy
Editor: Board and Bench Publishing
ISBN: 1935879650
Size: 12,90 MB
Format: PDF
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The Business of Winemaking places all facets of the wine business in perspective for investors, owners, and anyone else who is interested in how the wine business operates. Abundantly illustrated and written in a readily understandable style, the book addresses the technical rudiments of viticulture and enology and all of its related business actions: market analysis, vineyard and winery design, construction and equipment costs, regulatory and legislative issues, accounting and recordkeeping, financial analysis, tax considerations, typical salaries by geographical area, the minimum economic size of vineyards, the business plan, financing, product pricing, advertising, and sustainable farming and immigrant labor. This book features comprehensive case studies from 20 winery sites from coast to coast, making it an ideal resource for anyone wanting to better understand the inner workings of a successfully run winery.

Wine Positioning

Author: Pierre Mora
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319244817
Size: 10,23 MB
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This book introduces readers to the concept and implementation of positioning techniques in the context of the wine industry. Featuring 30 case studies on brands and wine regions around the world - all based on the same principles - it presents a successful, cutting-edge strategy for the marketing of wine. Rather than focusing on a small group of elitist appellations, the Grand Crus universe and a handful of star brands, the book addresses the real, day-to-day wine world. In light of globalization, it introduces state-of-the-art wine positioning techniques, with an emphasis on the identity, segmentation and positioning of wine appellations and wine brands. In its analysis of wine appellation models, the book examines local parameters like geology, history and wine growing techniques; compares facts, figures and actors; analyzes the signals that are being sent to the market and presents a range of key factors for success. Similarly, the wine brands models are analyzed on the basis of their respective brand identity and apparent marketing policy. In the book’s final part, it summarizes recent developments in wine marketing, including the growing importance of wine brands as new territories in the global vineyard, and the role of appellations as the essence of cultural diversity.

Case Study Robert Mondavi And The Wine Industry

Author: Vita Bataitis
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3638420655
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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Communications - Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, grade: A / 1.0, Emerson College (Integrated Marketing Communications), course: Marketing Management, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The size of the global wine industry ranged from $130-$180 billion in the beginning of the twenty-first century with an average growth rate of 1-2% per year since 1994. In general this market is very fragmented, because no company has reached more than one per cent of global retail sales in 2001. In order to describe this industry it is necessary to separate between two different wine-markets, the ‘New World’ and the ‘Old World’. The international wine industry has been undergoing a significant restructuring. The ‘Old World’ producers such as Italy, France, Spain and Germany no longer dominate the global wine industry as they once did. No longer are the ‘New World’ producers such as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and USA regarded with disrespect and underestimate. However, there are still great differences between the two worlds regarding consumption, production and innovation. France, Italy and Spain share alone 75 percent of the worldwide wine production and consumption. A significant increase of the ‘New World’ production could be noticed during the last two decades. According to the World Wine Statistics the wine production has increased considerable especially in the ‘New World’ countries, from the average of 1997-2000 and 2001, for example, Australia by 34.77%, China by 57.03% and South Africa by 15.78% (for details please see Appendix, Table 1). Furthermore, we can see an expansion of the vineyard acreage in the ‘New World’ countries. Australia, for instance, has increased its acreage from 1991 to 1999 by 89.23% and the United States by 13.39% (please see Appendix, Table 3). Another significant increase of the wine consumption can be noticed in China with 52.88% in 2001 vs. 1997-2000 (please see Appendix, Table 2). From 2002 to 2003 the Global Wine market has shown a total increase of only 0.2% and has presented 2.45 billion cases. These facts show the enormous growing competition in the wine industry. Especially the ‘New World’ producers were able to establish strong brands as well as to demonstrate a great wine quality through new technologies and intensive marketing. They are now taking market shares away from the ‘Old World’, which leads to the decline of the European wine market. In addition, it becomes harder to differentiate and emphasize this product. It is interesting to see how the table wine market is segmented.

Case Studies In Food Retailing And Distribution

Author: John Byrom
Editor: Woodhead Publishing
ISBN: 0081020384
Size: 11,97 MB
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Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution aims to close the gap between academic researchers and industry professionals through the presentation of ‘real world’ scenarios and the application of field-based research. The book provides contemporary explorations of food retailing and consumption from various contexts around the globe. Using a case study lens, successful examples of practice are provided and areas for further theoretical investigation are offered. Coverage includes: the impact of retail concentration and the ongoing relevance of independent retailing how social forces impact upon food retailing and consumption trends in organic food retailing and distribution discussion of how wellbeing and sustainability have impacted the sector perspectives on the future of food retailing and distribution This book is a volume in the Consumer Science and Strategic Marketing series. Addresses business problems in in food retail and distribution Includes pricing and supply chain management Discusses food retailing in urban and rural settings Covers both global distribution and entry in developing nations Features real-world case studies that demonstrate what does and does not

Social Sustainability In The Global Wine Industry

Author: Sharon L. Forbes
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030304132
Size: 13,85 MB
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This book examines the social dimension of sustainability in the wine industry. Social sustainability focuses on people and communities. Contributors explore topics such as philanthropy, poverty, natural disasters, communication, and wine tourism from a global perspective using research and case studies in developed and developing countries. This edited book provides researchers, academics, practitioners and students with varied perspectives of social sustainability in the global wine industry.

Wine Marketing

Author: Colin Michael Hall
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0750654201
Size: 13,20 MB
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This is a practical guide to the specific issues that affect the marketing of wine at an international level. The author covers theory and the results of research but the focus is on the nuts and bolts of marketing based on case studies.