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In: The World's Wine Markets

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  • Nick Vink
  • Gavin Williams
  • Johann Kirsten

This absorbing book examines the period of massive structural adjustment taking place in the wine industry. For many centuries wine was very much a European product. While that is still the case today – three-quarters of world wine production, consumption and trade involve Europe and most of the rest involves just a handful of New World countries settled by Europeans – the importance of exports from non-European countries has risen dramatically over the past decade.

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  • Kym Anderson (ed.), 2004. "The World’s Wine Markets," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 3130.
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