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Historical records of wine: Highlighting the old wine world

Vítor João Pereira Domingues Martinho

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Abstract: The wine sector involves several stakeholders in its several dimensions and attract numerous consumers and curious from the more diverse segments. In these frameworks the historical records of wine play a relevant role, namely, to promote the wine as something more than a good and to create identity. In this perspective, the research here present makes a literature survey, considering 39 documents obtained from the Web of Science (all databases) related with the following topic: old wine world history. These documents were first analysed through the Atlas.ti software. This literature review shows the richness of the history related with the wine that for some studies started on the Neolithic and stresses the role of the Romans to spread the vineyards across the Europe.

Keywords: Civilizations; Literature review; Atlas.ti; Qualitative analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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