The Spanish wine protected designations of origin in the worlds of production: disparity of technological and commercial conventions

Samuel Esteban Rodríguez, Eugenio Climent López

Abstract

An overview of Spanish wine protected designations of origin is provided, based on the theoretical framework of the worlds of production. A quantitative methodology is used, based on the construction and checking of technology, market and competition indicators. As a result, a classification of Spanish wine protected designations of origin in the worlds of production is provided, recent displacements between worlds of production have been identified and a characterization of the Spanish autonomous communities has been made according to their designations.

Keywords

Protected designation of origin; Spain; world of production; wine

Subject classification

L66; D22

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