Contemporary issues in wine tourism

EM1S5M28

Program
Master
MAE - Management du Tourisme
UE
UE 6 Wine Tourism
Semester
B
Discipline
Strategy
Contact hours
24 H
Number of spots
45
ECTS
5
Open to visitors
Yes
Language
Coordinator
Natalia VELIKOVA


Pedagogical contribution of the course to the program

Concevoir des solutions adaptées aux problématiques organisationnelles en appliquant des méthodologies pertinentes

Diagnose the strategic positioning of an organization
Evaluate sustainable managerial practices using managerial concepts and instruments as well as digital tools
Develop an academic response to an organizational problem through the mobilization of reading grids and appropriate methodologies

Adopter une posture de leadership responsable en étant acteur de son propre développement et de celui de ses équipes

Build solutions related to issues arising from collaborative work
Recommend decision making by taking a critical approach to driving change in organizations
Effectively argue his ideas orally and in writing with a professional posture

Formuler des solutions aux défis organisationnels dans un contexte multiculturel et international, porté par un "European mindset"

Build an advanced technical vocabulary in foreign language(s)
Communicate in a professional context in writing and orally in foreign language(s)
Design impact management taking into account the economic and social issues supported by a "European Mindset"

Description

This 24-hour course explores contemporary issues in global wine tourism. Participants will gain insights into the benefits and challenges of wine tourism and analyze implementation strategies used at both the regional and individual winery level. The topics of regional brand identity, wine tourist motivations, behavior and experiences, wine routes, service quality, partnerships, and key communication tools, including video and social media design will be covered. In addition, examples of successful events, tours, cellar door programs and crisis management strategies will be analyzed.

Teaching methods

Face-to-face

- Lectures

In group

- Exercises
- Oral presentations
- Projects

Interaction

- Discussions/debates

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Learning objectives

Cognitive domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
  • - (level 1) Identify the role of wine as a source of livelihood in agriculture and regional tourism
  • - (level 1) Identify the benefits of wine tourism to the wine industry and to the host communities
  • - (level 1) Recognize the links between wine tourism, local cultures and local legislation
  • - (level 2) Articulate the benefits and challenges of wine tourism, including the effect of COVID-19 on global wine tourism
  • - (level 4) Appraise the scope and the context of wine tourism development in the Old World and the New World
  • - (level 5) Develop insights into wine tourist behavior and motivations [
  • - (level 5) Develop team building, critical thinking, and communication skills in discussions of wine tourism opportunities and challenges

Affective domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
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Outline

Introductory Live Session (Zoom) Individual / Group Work 14:00 – 16:00 16:00 – 18:00 Live Session (Zoom) 8:00 – 12:00 Individual / Group Work 14:00 – 16:00 16:00 – 18:00 Live Session (Zoom) 8:00 – 12:00 Individual / Group Work 14:00 – 16:00 16:00 – 18:00 Live Session (Zoom)

No prerequisite has been provided

Knowledge in / Key concepts to master

NA

Teaching material

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Recommended reading


• Alonso et al,. (2015). "Perceived benefits and challenges to wine tourism involvement: an international perspective". International Journal of Tourism Research, 17: pp.66-81 • Bruwer et al,. (2013). "Wine tourism experience effects of the tasting room on consumer brand loyalty". Tourism Analysis. Vol 18 (4), pp. 399-414 • Bruwer, J., Pratt, M.A., Saliba, A. and Hirche, M. (2014). "Regional destination image perception tourists within a winescape context". Current issues in tourism. 1-21 • Charters, S., Ali-Knight, J. (2002). "Who is the wine tourist"? Tourism management 23, 311- 319 • Charters, S., Fountain, J. and Fish, N. (2009), "’You felt like lingering...’: Experiencing ‘real’ service at the winery tasting room", Journal of Travel Research. Vol. 48 (1), pp. 122-134. • Cogan-Marie, L., Charters, S. and Velikova, N. (2015). The Development of Wine Tourism in Lesser- Known Wine Regions: The case of Jura. Paper submitted for the AWBR Conference, Adelaide, February 2016. • Gezt, D. (2000). Wine tourism: Management, Development & Destinations. Cognizant Communications. • Hall, C. M. (2013). Wine, food, and tourism marketing. Routledge. • Jones, M., F., Singh, N., Hsiung, Y. (2015). "Determining the critical success factors of the wine tourism region of Napa from a supply perspective". International Journal of Tourism Research. 7/ 261-271 • Koch et al.. (2013). "Overview of perceptions of German wine tourism from the winery perspective". International Journal of Wine Business Research. Vol 25 (1), pp. 50-74 • Lockshin, L., Spawton, T. (2001). "Using involvement and brand equity to develop a wine tourism strategy". International Journal of Wine Marketing. Vol 13 (1), pp. 72-81 • Manea, M. (2015). Wine Tourism In Western Moldova-To A Future Alsace?. Management & Marketing Journal, 13(1). • Mitchell, R., Charters, S. and Albrecht, J. (2012). “Cultural systems and the wine tourism product”. The Annuals of Tourism Research 39 (1) pp. 311-335 • Novelli, M. (Ed.). (2005). Niche tourism: contemporary issues, trends and cases. Routledge • Thach, L. & Charters, S. (2016). Best Practices in Global Wine Tourism. NY: Miranda Press.


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Textbooks, case studies, translated material, etc. can be entered
Haller, C., Bede, S., Couderc M., & Millo, F. (2016). Pink Wine and Movie Stars: How the Provence Wine Trail Was Established. In Thach, L. & Charter, S. (eds) (2016). Best Practices in Global Wine Tourism. NY: Miranda Press. Sigala, M., & Haller, C. (2019). The Impact of Social Media on the Behavior of Wine Tourists: A Typology of Power Sources. In Management and Marketing of Wine Tourism Business (pp. 139-154). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. Tahar, Y. B., Haller, C., Massa, C., & Bédé, S. (2018). Designing and Creating Tourism Experiences: Adding Value for Tourists. In The Emerald Handbook of Entrepreneurship in Tourism, Travel and Hospitality: Skills for Successful Ventures (pp. 313-328). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Assessment

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