Wine Essay Topics

Batch Process of Wine Making

Introduction The homemade production of wine is a fun and challenging hobby that many people can enjoy. In this paper the reader will be taken through several different steps and processes that must be accomplished for your wine to be of satisfactory flavor and clarity. Crushing and stemming This first step may be performed by… View Article

Australian Wine Industry

It is anticipated that there will be a dramatic increase in population with a shift to Asian and Pacific Rim growth. This means a number of opportunities exist for wine industry with the increasing affluence of Asian consumers and the maturation of income and time rich 1950s Baby Boomers generation. In addition, this trend is… View Article

Way of preserving your wine

As a wine importer, educator and wine writer, I get asked time and again- “how long can I keep undrunk bottle of wine once it is opened? ” and “what is best method for preserving half drunk wine? ” Each and every time I have answered the questions to questionnaires, today I felt like writing… View Article

Global Wine War Analysis

1. Due to French history and tradition it was possible to gain a strong image in regard to vinery and example, which can be highlighted might be the invention of Champaign. The experience of France as a quality wine producer going back to the middle ages can be regarded as a source of competitive advantage…. View Article

Wine list compilation

A wine list is a menu which contains wine selections for purchase in a restaurant. Usually wine lists are separate menu just for wines. A restaurant’s sommelier is usually in charge of assembling the wine list, educating the staff about wine, and assisting customers with their wine selections. When compiling a wine list, various factors… View Article

Wine and Young Adults

What I See As The Biggest Challenges Young Adults Face Today A. General Purpose – To inform. B. Specific Purpose – I will inform my audience on what I see as the biggest challenges young adults face today. C. Central Idea – I will give three reasons as to what I see as the biggest… View Article

Turning Grapes Into Wine

Have you ever wondered how a sophisticated drink such as wine can be produced by such a small fruit like grapes? I have always thought about it as I would buy grapes from the store to snack on. Holding them in my hand I would always be curious how they do it, Well, I am… View Article

India Wine Industry Report

CONTENTS Introduction Market Size Market Development Local Industry Duties and Taxes Australian Wine players in India Market Segment and Market Share for imported wines Duties and Price Structure Wine Duty calculation impact on retail price Pricing factors The Developing market Market Entry Strategy Further Information Annexure I – Map of India Annexure II – Useful… View Article

Business Ethics

As we have discussed the ethical issued related to production and distribution of wine, we will now focus on the ethical issues relating to the consumption of wine. The consumption of wine in U. S. has been on the rise since last fifteen years. The U. S. ranks 34th in wine consuming nations with wine… View Article

Eprovenance & the Wine Market

The key sellers in this market are the growers, producers, as well as factors who aid in production by providing services and information, like Eric Vogt; Key buyers are the local merchants and retailers, importers and wholesalers and the end consumers (at home or in restaurants). The end user is by far the main buyer… View Article

PESTEL Analysis of Wine Industry

A Macro-Environmental Analysis of the Wine Industry in Turkey A factor that influence a company’s or product’s development but that is outside of the company’s control is known as macro environment. In this paper, all dimensions that affect that wine industry in Turkey are investigated. It is important to observe the wine industry in terms… View Article

Study of Chinese Wine Consumption

Abstract Purpose ± This research aims to examine Chinese consumers’ wine consumption and purchasing behaviour. Design/methodology/approach ± The study, conducted during the Chinese New Year in early 2006, used in-depth interviews with 15 consumers in Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China. Findings ± The results suggest that Chinese consume Chinese spirits for all occasions, yet consume… View Article

Fruit Wine Making

Grape is not the only fruit which we can make good-quality wine. Natives fruits such as cashew (kasoy), duhat, pineapple, guava, banana and bignay can be also processed into good wine. Other less familiar, yet excellent sources of wine are lipote, balubat and katuria. The lipote resembles the duhat, except for its round shape and… View Article

Kentucky Wine Industry Study

Abstract The object of this research is to estimate the economic impact by Kentucky Tobacco Settlement Trust investments in the wine industry, including market structure and pricing. Research methodology is used by the five competitor forces model by Michael E. Porter. Introduction In the last decade, tobacco has been one of the most beneficial crops… View Article

Yellow tail wine

Introduction Human beings have been dealing with wine for thousands of years, from the Mesopotamians to the ancient Egyptians, from the Greeks to the ancient Romans, the latter which under their vast empire spread viticulture through the Mediterranean region. Through centuries countries, such as France and Italy, obtained a consolidated position in the wine industry,… View Article

Global Wine War

Introduction Human beings have been dealing with wine for thousands of years, from the Mesopotamians to the ancient Egyptians, from the Greeks to the ancient Romans, the latter which under their vast empire spread viticulture through the Mediterranean region. Through centuries countries, such as France and Italy, obtained a consolidated position in the wine industry,… View Article

Analysis of the Wine Industry

Abstract The below mentioned report is a PESTLE analysis on the wine industry in India, which is a potential market for Australian Wine Jacob’s Creek owned and produced by Orlando Wines; currently a part of Pernod Ricard Pacific, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pernod Ricard to launch a base in India and expand their business…. View Article

Coopers Creek Wine Management

1. 0 Introduction Coopers Creek, established in 1982, became one of New Zealand’s more successful medium-sized wineries by following a strategy of resource leveraging via networks of co-operative relationships with other New Zealand winemakers in the domestic and export markets. This strategy allowed Andrew Hendry, the managing director, to consciously manage the growth of the… View Article

Uncorking China’s Wine Market

Although China’s bustling metropolises and staid Bordeaux may seem worlds apart, the two are becoming increasingly intertwined. Indeed, China recently overtook the traditional strongholds of Germany and the United Kingdom to become Bordeaux’s largest export destination. This transformation is particularly remarkable given the country’s short history of mass wine consumption. Historically, beverages such as sorghum-based… View Article

Mondavi Wines Competitive Threats

Mondavi: What threats in the business environment does Mondavi face and how is it addressing them? High quality premium wines produced by France, Italy, Spain, Chile and Argentina. In the past years, Demand increased for premium wines, while consumption of inexpensive, lower quality wine had fallen. As a result of changes in consumption patterns, Europe… View Article

Competition in the Global Wine Industry

The total volume of the global wine market in 1998 was measured at 6. 8 billion gallons, with 25% of the total volume accounting for wine that was purchased outside the country from which the wine was produced (California Wine Export Program, 2000). This represents an increase over the 1991-95 period, during which the export… View Article

Robert Mondavi and the Wine Industry

Production and consumption of wine was mostly localized until the early 1990’s. Wine producers in different countries were traditionally isolated from each other, and most of the world’s wine drinkers consumed either local wines or imports from nearby producers. Winemakers had minimal cross-border interaction and followed local traditions. The wine industry is divided geographically in… View Article

Global Wine Wars

1. How did the French become the dominant competitors in the increasingly global wine industry for centuries? What sources of competitive advantage were they able to develop to support their exports? Where were they vulnerable? French wine makers also face challenges that are not internal to the industry. For instance, France lost market share in… View Article

Wine Industry in Canada

This project is a small scale analysis of the wine industry in Canada for purposes of learning how to use market research techniques as outlined in the course. The statistical information available through the Statistics Canada sites, Canada Agricultural pages and Canadian Government Industry site was used and data available could be analyzed up to… View Article

Global war wine

The global wine industry is being influenced by a number of factors including consumer demand and changes in the way wine is produced and sold. There has been a shift in the perception of wine in the past half-century as consumers and producers have migrated away from the Old World philosophies to the modern-thinking the… View Article

Descriptive Words for Wine

Wine tasting, as a production control technique, depends upon converting into words the impression created by the reaction of the wine on the taster’s palate. In order that one wine, tasted by several individuals, be reported in the same way by each, it is necessary that all of the tasters use the same words for… View Article

Diageo Plc Wine

Diageo is one of the world’s largest alcoholic drinks companies, leading the global market in flavoured alcoholic beverages (such as Smirnoff Ice), and spirits. In this regard it is still very similar to several of its major rival companies, including Allied Domecq, Pernod Ricard or CCU, all of who have varied alcoholic drinks portfolios. Where… View Article

Wine and Probable Cost Driver

Peter Catalano’s Verde Vineyards in Oakville, California produces three varieties of wine: Merlot, Viognier, and Pinot Noir. His winemaster, Kyle Ward, has identified the following activities as cost pools for accumulating overhead and assigning it to products. For each of Verde’s fifteen activity cost pools, identify a probable cost driver that might be used to… View Article

Ice Wine Research Paper

Wine is known to be an extremely versatile and malleable food source. It has the ability to please both the palette as well as the intellect. There are countless varietals of wine, including the ever exotic Eiswein, or as it is more commonly known as Ice Wine. The production of Ice Wine requires very specific… View Article

Old World Wine and New World Wine

? Abstract The wines are divided into two categories, the old world wine and the new world wine. When Hugh Johnson came up with his concept of these two worlds, people have started to find out the differences. Wines are beverages of gods, and people enjoy them and have their own understanding of wines. The… View Article