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Wine Tourism and the American Wine Consumer

Where do you purchase wine and what wine regions have you visited?

IWINETC Media FAM Reunion

Thousands of miles from Tbilisi, Georgia, the site of the 2014 International Wine Tourism Conference, several members of the Media FAM group are having a reunion under the hot Texas sun. We are meeting at fellow IWINETC presenters’ wine estate Messina Hof in Bryan, Texas. Paul and Merrill Bonarrigo are hosting the reunion. Kathy and […]

1,000 Wineries/Vineyards: Book Connections

In yesterday’s post I mentioned that it took seven years to visit and write about 1,000 wineries and vineyards. We started writing in 2007.

Finally, a Guide for Visiting Tasting Rooms

While visiting Catoctin Breeze Vineyard in Thurmont, Maryland earlier this year, we mentioned to winemaker, Mike Lentini, that we were writing a book for visitors to tasting rooms. Mike enthusiastically said, “Finally.” It seems that a book discussing what to expect and how to act in a tasting room is long overdue. The motivation to […]

Introducing the Wine Tourism Club

On Wednesday May 8, Wine Trail Traveler, LLC announced the establishment of the Wine Tourism Club. This club is free and for people who visit wineries and wine tasting rooms while traveling.

Wine Tourism Report Needs Replication

After reading the “Financial Stability and Viability of Wine Tourism Business in the GWC”  conducted by Great Wine Capitals my opinion is that the research needs to be replicated in the United States with appropriate numbers of respondents for descriptive statistics to be accurate. The research conducted relied heavily on responses from old world wine […]

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