Varietal intensities and similarities of the world's wine regions
This paper examines empirically two distinguishing aspects of the world's wine regions:their degree of specialization in certain varieties, as measured by a varietal intensity index; and their similarity with the varietal mix of other regions, as measured by a varietal-based regional similarity index. Twelve of the most important wine-producing countries, that together account for all but one-eighth of the world's winegrapes, are included in the analysis. The data refer to circa 2000 (or 1999...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Wine Economics 5.2 (2010): 270-309|
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