2 edition of Implications of international and national trends on the Washington wine industry found in the catalog.
Implications of international and national trends on the Washington wine industry
Raymond J. Folwell
by IMPACT Center, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, Washington State University in Pullman, WA
Written in English
|Statement||Raymond J. Folwell.|
|Series||Information series (Washington State University) -- no. 4., Information series (Washington State University) -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Washington State University. IMPACT Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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The rise to world-class player. Today Washington viticulture is a $ billion-plus industry and shows no signs of slowing down. According to the Washington State Wine Commission, a new winery. academic, trade and popular press articles and an analysis of recent industry data, this paper explores the globalizing forces that are currently reshaping the wine industry and how different wine regions and the producers therein are reacting to or anticipating the changes.
As recently as ten years ago, the industry was highly Size: KB. international wine trade makes the wine industry ‘‘an intri- guing case of globalisation at work’’ (Anderson, ;p.3). A major consequence of the increasing importance of the.
Washington State Wine Commission represents every licensed winery and wine grape grower in Washington State. The Commission provides a marketing platform to raise awareness and demand for Washington State wine through events, promotions and education while supporting viticulture and enology research to drive industry growth.
The wine industry has changed dramatically in recent years. Decreases in tariffs, logistical cost reductions and the lowering of other barriers to international trade have provided producers the opportunity to sell their products outside of a limited region.
A major consequence of the increasing importance of the international wine trade is the strong export orientation of the world's large producing countries and the dependence of the profitability of the wine industry on expansion of international by: the international wine trade makes the wine industry “an intriguing case of globalization at work” (Anderson, ).
A major consequence of the increasing importance of the international wine trade is the strong export orientation of the world's large producing countries and the dependence of theFile Size: KB.
The Washington State Wine Commission today announced the results of a new economic impact study of the Washington State wine industry - the most comprehensive such report ever produced - that values the industry at $ billion annually in Washington State and $ billion annually in the US.
Globalization of Wine Industry – Page 3 of An Analysis of Globalization Forces in the Wine Industry: Implications and Recommendations for Wineries ABSTRACT.
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Canada wine industry tourism generated $ million in direct revenue for the broader Canadian economy in Approximately million tourists visited Canadian wineries in File Size: KB. Viticulture and enology research in Washington is industry driven and guided.
The Wine Commission uses a research priority list, developed with broad industry input, to ensure that research is relevant to industry needs. The U.S. wine industry is growing rapidly and wine consumption is an increasingly important part of American culture.
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The wine industry possesses unique Cited by: 6. WineAmerica releases study showing national economic impact of the wine industry is $ billion in WineAmerica, the National Association of American Wineries, today unveiled a national economic impact study showing the wine industry’s total benefit to the American economy at $ billion in But as the situation develops, more action may be required by central banks, regulators, and governments, which would necessitate quick coordination at the national and international levels.
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Average wine consumption per United States resident was gallons inup from gallons in Americans enjoyed drinking wine more. Grape Production and Sales Trends. Washington State currently ranks 2 nd in national grape production (conventional plus organic) with % of the total U.S.
bearing acreage, % of total tonnage and % of utilized value of all grapes in (NASS a). Washington leads the nation in juice grapes (Vitis labrusca types) and follows CaliforniaFile Size: KB.To call the present state of the Washington wine industry a “recovery,” however, is a bit misleading.
In fact, before the research efforts of Walter Clore and Chas Nagel were implemented, Washington simply didn’t have a wine industry in any modern sense of the term. Washington State produces much more wine than Oregon, but Oregon wines are sometimes easier to find outside the Pacific Northwest.
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