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People and Economic Activity: Viticulture

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10 complete pages. Full notes on the Wine industry in Australia. Trends in the global wine industry. Biophysical factors Ecological Factors Economic Factors Sociocultural Factors Orginisational Factors Technological Factors Political Factors with a Bibliography.

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Wine Food and drink Grape Oenology Cooking White wine Globalization of wine New World wine Australian wine French wine New Zealand wine Indian wine
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Wine Food and drink Grape Oenology Cooking White wine Globalization of wine New World wine Australian wine French wine New Zealand wine Indian wine
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Vitis is the name given to the family of grape species. Viticulture includes such practices as training, trellising, harvesting, and pruning. The wine industry is not one that is recent in its establishment. It has ancient roots and is dynamic in its nature. ➢ Around 6000BC the species Vitis Vinefera was first believed to be cultivated in the area west of the Caspian Sea, now referred to as Armenia or Northern Iran. ➢ Around 3000BC wine was believed to have been present in Egypt, Phoenicia and Mesopotamia. ➢ Around 2000BC the production of wine had moved to Thrace and Crete and Northern Greece. ➢ Around 1000BC Southern Greece, Tuscany, Sicily, North and North West Africa. ➢ Around 500BC, Maiselles, South West Spain, Iran, and extreme South West Arabia. ➢ By 100BC Northern India and China near Pekin. ➢ 50BC – AD 50, The Bordeaux region and the ...
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