• The 2003 New Zealand wineries’ survey 

    Christensen, David; Hall, C Michael; Mitchell, Richard
    In 1997/98 a survey was conducted of New Zealand wineries with respect to their attitudes towards wine tourism and their relationship to key wine and food tourism stakeholders (Hall & Johnson, 1998). The survey was the ...
  • Biosecurity: a significant issue for wine tourism? 

    Hall, C Michael
    People may be significant vectors for vine diseases and pests. Yet despite the potential biosecurity risks of visitation few New Zealand wineries have biosecurity strategies in place. The paper therefore aims to examine ...
  • Tourism and mobility 

    Hall, C Michael
    Mobility has emerged in recent years as a key concept in the social sciences however its application in tourism studies has been relatively limited. The paper provides a framework for placing tourism within the broader ...
  • Wine tourism and the generation Y market: any possibilities? 

    Treloar, Peter; Hall, C Michael; Mitchell, Richard
    Changes in the operating environment for the wine industry in Australia and New Zealand have led to an increasing focus on wine tourism as a potential distribution method to grow a winery’s individual consumer base. Wine ...