[Prepared by Theresa Fortin, SFU Business Graduate Student]
- This first gateway site: http://wineserver.ucdavis.edu/WineGrape/otherlinks/index.html
connects to the University of California at Davis, Department
of Viticulture and Enology Cooperative Extension. It is an excellent
gateway site providing an extensive list of links to wine academia,
scientific journals in viticulture and enology, and wine search
- This web site: http://www.ryerson.ca/~dtudor/wine.htm
leads to the "Wines Beer and Spirits of the Net". It
provides a monthly updated list of Usenet/Netnews groups, and
a very long list of URLs sorted by type of reference material
- Developed for the Wine Business Education program of the School
of Business & Economics of Sonoma State University, this gateway
site: http://www.sonoma.edu/people/bbutler/wine/#education contains
links to several education and research centres on wine marketing
and viticulture management.
- From the Bureau of Tourism Research (Australia) releases web
page - http://www.btr.gov.au/news/news.html
-, one can order the proceedings from the First Australian Wine
Tourism Conference, held at Margaret River in 1998.
- The Sonoma County Wine Library web site: http://www.sonoma.lib.ca.us/wine.html
gives access to the library catalog via Telnet. The library contains
many references on wine tourism.
- This web site: http://www.winetitles.com.au/wij/index.html connects to
The Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal home page.
The journal archives contain many relevant articles on wine tourism,
easily retrieved by entering "tourism" in the search
- The Farm Practices in BC: Reference Guide web page - http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/resmgmt/fppa/refguide/commodty/grapes.htm
- can be accessed from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food -
BC web site. It provides a listing and linkages in the reference
section to information that outlines grape production and winery
practices, including information on direct marketing.
- This web site: http://www.csu.edu.au/research/rpcgwr/nwgic.htm
connects to the National Wine and Grape Industry Center, located
at Charles Sturt University in Australia. The combination of wine
partners produces a Center capable of serving the Australian wine
industry through research, teaching, training and information