Frédéric Dimanche (Ryerson University)
Wineries as tourist attractions: Using the arts to create a sense of place
Join us via Laptop or mobile phone
March 25th 2021, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm (CET)
Wine and tourism have long been intersecting in the research literature, from Getz (2000) and Carlsen (2007) who wrote early books on the subject. However, few have discussed how the arts and arts consumption can contribute to the wine business. The collaboration between the luxury sector and art is not a recent phenomenon (Chailan, 2018). Luxury enjoys being associated with art because they both aim to be perceived as timeless and imperial (Jelinek, 2018). Art has become a key aspect of luxury, and although the wine business is not always in luxury realms, it would certainly benefit from understanding how the arts and luxury feed each other.
Both share similar values of distinction and beauty, and both generate emotions. This presentation will discuss how the arts relate to luxury, address similar consumer needs, and create unique emotional experiences (Koronaki et al., 2018). From the hospitality and tourism sector, we learn how businesses and destinations utilize art to create value, both for the customers and for the organizations. Historically, luxury hospitality companies have used art pieces to create various unique consumer experiences as it has the power to create a sense of elitism (Ochkovskaya, 2018). Art has the power to create a sense of place for visitors and wineries can establish branding attributes to complement their wine proposition. We will discuss how the arts contribute to branding, customer experience design, and how they can become an ideal partner for wine destinations and wineries that aim at developing a competitive advantage.
Carlsen, J. (2007). Global wine tourism: Research, management and marketing. CABI.
Chailan, C. (2018). Art as a means to recreate luxury brands' rarity and value. Journal of Business Research, 85, 414-423. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.10.019
Getz, D. (2000). Explore wine tourism: Management, development & destinations. Putnam Valley, NY: Cognizant.
Jelinek, J. S. (2018). Art as strategic branding tool for luxury fashion brands. Journal of product & brand management 27(3), 294–307.
Koronaki, E., Kyrousi, A., & Panigyrakis, G. (2018). The emotional value of arts-based initiatives: Strengthening the luxury brand–consumer relationship. Journal of Business Research, 85, 406-413. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.10.018
Ochkovskaya, M. (2018). Collaboration with art in the luxury industry as a marketing tool for value creation. Polish Journal of Management Studies, 18(1), 241-251.
Keywords : Wine tourism, Arts consumption
Discussant : Jonas Holmqvist – KEDGE Business School
Organization: Participants can ask questions during or at the end of the talk:
1. During the talk, the moderator will be handling questions :
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2. At the end of the talk (Q&A session) :
At the end of the talk, there will be a short Q&A session.
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