Avances y perspectivas para la investigación del turismo del vino en Portugal

Palabras clave: enoturismo, Consumo de vino, Investigación del vino, Portugal

Resumen

Los productores de vino en Portugal comenzaron a ver el turismo como una oportunidad para ayudar a diversificar los beneficios económicos de la manufactura dentro de sus actividades. Con la creciente importancia del tema, las universidades comenzaron a investigar más sobre el tema y no había una organización de publicaciones actualizada. Por lo tanto, este documento presenta un panorama de los artículos del tema de 2003 a 2018 con un análisis descriptivo de las características y tendencias en el contexto Portugués. La revisión de la literatura cubre todas las publicaciones completas que aparecieron en los idiomas inglés, portugués y español en revistas indexadas en Scopus, Web of Science, Scielo y Spell entre 2003 y 2018. Se examinaron un total de 36 artículos después de duplicados, disertaciones y tesis. Las principales conclusiones son las tendencias de las bodegas organizadas en rutas y una escasa publicación de publicaciones de otras rutas y regiones vinícolas.

Biografía del autor/a

Flavio Andrew do Nascimento Santos, Universidade de Lisboa

Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning. University of Lisbon.

Nikolaos Vavdinos, Universidade de Lisboa

Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences from the University of Lisbon.

Luis F. Martinez, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Nova School of Business and Economics

Citas

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Publicado
2020-01-15
Cómo citar
Santos, F., Vavdinos, N., & Martinez, L. (2020). Avances y perspectivas para la investigación del turismo del vino en Portugal. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 18(1), 159-170. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2020.18.010