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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 L’effetto paesaggio sul sistema delle preferenze: i vini veneti tra evocazioni di consumo e determinanti di scelta

L’effetto paesaggio sul sistema delle preferenze: i vini veneti tra evocazioni di consumo e determinanti di scelta

Abstract

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La presente relazione mira ad individuare il ruolo del paesaggio nella determinazione delle preferenze della domanda, in modo da far emergere i fattori immateriali che definiscono il valore territoriale dei vini tipici su cui far leva per le strategie di marketing. L’analisi ha riguardato vini tipici del Veneto e coinvolto soggetti non provenienti da questa Regione. Ne è emerso l’effetto amplificativo dell’immagine del paesaggio sulla qualità percepita.

This research aims at individualizing the role of landscape on the preferences towards specific wines and the intangible factors that determine the territorial values of the typical wines of Veneto. The paper highlights the marketing strategies that can be useful for firms. The analysis has been conducted through people outside Veneto and points out the amplified effect of the landscape image on the perception of quality of a wine.

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Publication date: December 3, 2021

Issue: Terroir 2010

Type: Article

Authors

L. Agnoli (1), R. Capitello (1), D. Gaeta (1), M. Laureati (2), E. Pagliarini (2)

(1) Università degli Studi di Verona – Dipartimento di Economia Aziendale Via della Pieve 70, San Floriano, Verona, Italy
(2) Università degli Studi di Milano – Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Alimentari e Microbiologiche Via Celoria 2, Milano, Italy

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Keywords

Paesaggio, analisi sensoriale, vino, domanda
Landscape, sensory evaluation, wine, demand

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2010

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