Title

Hungary’s Post-Communism Wine Tourism

Presenter Information

Kirsten Alter
Krystal Johnson

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Room 202

Start Date

15-5-2014

End Date

15-5-2014

Keywords

Enotourism, Hungary, Wine regions

Abstract

Hungary's wine tourism is growing but at a slow rate. Through a personal visit to, and survey of, five major wine regions in Hungary the researchers observed that the winemakers’ love and passion of the process trumped the monetary desires associated with the previous communist era of Hungarian winemaking. The researchers believe that there is an abundant potential for enotourism (wine tourism) which is sure to hit its peak growth within the next few decades if the wineries keep up their hard work and originality.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Hudelson, John

Additional Mentoring Department

FCS/Global Wine Studies

Additional Mentoring Department

FCS/Global Wine Studies

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Hungary’s Post-Communism Wine Tourism

SURC Room 202

Hungary's wine tourism is growing but at a slow rate. Through a personal visit to, and survey of, five major wine regions in Hungary the researchers observed that the winemakers’ love and passion of the process trumped the monetary desires associated with the previous communist era of Hungarian winemaking. The researchers believe that there is an abundant potential for enotourism (wine tourism) which is sure to hit its peak growth within the next few decades if the wineries keep up their hard work and originality.