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Terroir tourism has been recently recognized to have the potential for developing a new tourism product. However, little research has investigated terroir tourism and its characteristics, differentiating it from wine tourism. For the purpose of this study, characteristics of terroir tourism were...

Author(s)
Marlowe, B.; Lee SoJung
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Putnam Valley, USA
Citation
Tourism Review International, 2018, 22, 2, pp 143-151
Abstract

In the state of Santa Catarina (SC), south of Brazil, extends the region of "Planalto Catarinense", which is divided into 18 municipalities comprised within the geographic limits of the "Serra Catarinense". The vine, in the "Planalto Catarinense" is the second fruit cultivation of commercial...

Author(s)
Dullius, M. de V.; Silva, I. R. da; Santa Rosa, B. R.
Publisher
EDP Sciences S.A., Les Ulis, France
Citation
BIO Web of Conferences, 2019, 15,
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Bulgaria offers excellent conditions for the development of viticulture which is the basis of wine-making and wine tourism. Over the past 20 years this type of tourism has marked significant growth in Bulgaria and up to the present moment there is hardly a winery or a wine cellar that does not...

Author(s)
Kilimperov, I.
Publisher
Academic Publishing House of the Agricultural University, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Citation
Agrarni Nauki, 2016, 8, 20, pp 213-217
Abstract

The article, which deals with the issue whether the viticulture can be the challenge for tourism development, is based on research conducted in Znojmo case study area (the Czech Republic). It starts with general introduction of wine tourism concept based on the selected results of the previous...

Author(s)
Foret, M.; Konečny, O.; Klusaček, P.
Publisher
Ústřední knihovna Mendelovy University v Brně, Brno, Czech Republic
Citation
Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis, 2014, 62, 2, pp 339-346
Abstract

Many regions in Europe have unique and characteristic landscapes, partly resulting from historical and/or current economic activities that have become a contemporary land mark. At present, there is a trend to show these unique features by emphasizing local traditions or recreating historical ones...

Author(s)
Greinert, A.; Kostecki, J.; Vystavna, Y.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Land Use Policy, 2019, 85, pp 249-258
Abstract

Anatolia, which has hosted many civilisations for centuries, has great tourism potential with its natural and cultural resource values. Not only as a general destination for tourism but also as an alternative tourism destination, Anatolia is attracting the attention of local and foreign tourists....

Author(s)
Bekdemir, A. P.; Aktas, N. K.
Publisher
Balkan Environmental Association (BENA), Thessaloniki, Greece
Citation
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology, 2016, 17, 2, pp 656-665
Abstract

This special issue puts into perspective all the cultural, technical, economic, environmental and health aspects relating to vitiviniculture, with a particular focus on the Mediterranean area. Firstly, this issue focuses on the direct relationships that may exist between vines, wine, food and...

Author(s)
Pérard, J.; Jacquet, O.
Publisher
Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de Dijon & la Chaire Unesco "Culture et traditions du vins" avec le soutien de l'Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), Bourgogne, France
Citation
Territoires du Vin, 2019, No.10, pp article 1-article 14
Abstract

After a period of progressive abandonment of cultivation, the wine growers of the Etna initiated a process of renewal that allowed them to place high quality products on the market and to involve in wine tourism with the Etna Wine Route. In this context, the viticulture of the Etna is a model,...

Author(s)
Carrà, G.; Mariani, M.; Radić, I.; Peri, I.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia, 2016, 8, pp 706-712
AbstractFull Text

Ever since ancient times, people are engaged in growing grapes and producing wine from them. The first evidence dates from 7000 b.c. and they are found in the Caucasus on the eastern shores of the Black Sea. Historically, the winemaking is widespread activity in ancient Greece and Rome, and the...

Author(s)
Slavova, G.; Peyceva, A.
Publisher
Research Institute of Mountain Stockbreeding and Agriculture, Troyan, Bulgaria
Citation
Journal of Mountain Agriculture on the Balkans, 2017, 20, 4, pp 201-215
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Geomorphological and geological characteristics of the area of grape production in the Three Morava Rivers Valleys or the Great Morava Valley, Serbia, are discussed. Topographic prophiles of soils are illustrated. Illustration is presented on geomorphology of the land. The landscape formation and...

Author(s)
Markovihacute˜, S.
Publisher
Institut za Ratarstvo i Povrtarstvo & Semenarska Asocijacija Srbije, Novi Sad, Serbia
Citation
Pedološke i agrohemijske karakteristike vinogradarskog rejona tri Morave, 2016, pp 85-99

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