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The Globalization of Wine

The Globalization of Wine

About the Book

The Globalization of Wine is a one-stop guide to understanding wine across the world today. Examining a broad range of developments in the wine world, it considers the social, cultural, economic, political and geographical dimensions of wine globalization. It investigates how large-scale changes in production, distribution and consumption are transforming the wine that we drink.

Comprehensive background discussion is complemented by vivid case study chapters from a variety of international contributors. Many different countries and regions are covered, including China, the USA and Hong Kong, as are key themes, debates and controversies in contemporary wine worlds.

Innovative, up-to-date and interdisciplinary, The Globalization of Wine illustrates the diversity and complexity of wine globalization processes across the planet, both in the past and at the present time. It is essential reading for academics and students in food and drink studies, sociology, anthropology, globalization studies, geography and cultural studies. It also provides a jargon-free resource for wine professionals and connoisseurs.

About the Author:

David Inglis is Professor of Sociology at the University of Helsinki, Finland.

Anna-Mari Almila is Research Fellow at the University of the Arts London, UK.

Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781474264983
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publisher Imprint: Bloomsbury Academic
Height: 231 mm
No of Pages: 232
Spine Width: 13 mm
Width: 155 mm
ISBN-10: 1474264980
Publisher Date: 17 Oct 2019
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Weight: 363.2 gr
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