Table Of Contents: Volume 31 Issue 1
Hospitality situations, consumer expertise, and perceptions of wine attributes: three empirical studiesDale F. Duhan, Shannon B. Rinaldo, Natalia Velikova, Tim Dodd, Brent Trela
Wine choices are not always fully understood by academic researchers or the industry. This paper aims to outline and test a theoretical model proposing that wine…
Wine involvement interaction with dining group dynamics, group composition and consumption behavioural aspects in USA restaurantsJohan Bruwer, Justin Cohen, Kathleen Kelley
The importance of the wine involvement construct in explaining consumers’ wine consumption behaviour is widely acknowledged in the literature, as is the social nature of…
Wine is an important profit center for restaurants. The purpose of this paper is to address some of the challenges and opportunities at the nexus of wine and hospitality…
This study aims to focus on consumers’ preferences towards rosé wine and explore whether and how the consumption context may influence consumers’ choices.
The purpose of this study is to delineate the role of wine at hotels from the customer’s perspective by analyzing New York City hotel reviews posted on TripAdvisor.
The selling of wines is usually performed by a sommelier in the context of an upmarket restaurant. However, many restaurants cannot afford to employ a sommelier and must…
Renamed from:International Journal of Wine Marketing
Online date, start – end:2007
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Johan Bruwer