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Successful Wine Cooperatives: Field Reports from Cooperative Managers in Austria, Italy, and Germany

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 December 2018

Paolo Aiassa
Affiliation:
Terre dei Santi Società Cooperativa Agricola, Via S. Giovanni, 6, 14022 Castelnuovo Don Bosco AT, Italy; e-mail: direzione@terredeisanti.it.
Matthias Baltes
Affiliation:
Winzergenossenschaft Mayschoß-Altenahr e.G., Ahrrotweinstraße 42, 53508 Mayschoss, Germany; e-mail: baltes@wg-mayschoss.de.
Stephan Danner
Affiliation:
Durbacher Winzergenossenschaft eG, Nachtweide 2, 77770 Durbach, Germany; e-mail: stephandanner@durbacher.de.
Heinz Frischengruber
Affiliation:
Domäne Wachau, Dürnstein 107, 3601 Dürnstein, Austria; e-mail: h.frischengruber@domaene-wachau.at.
Roman Horvath
Affiliation:
Domäne Wachau, Dürnstein 107, 3601 Dürnstein, Austria; e-mail: r.horvath@domaene-wachau.at.
Wolfgang Klotz
Affiliation:
Cantina/Kellerei Tramin, Strada del Vino 144, 39040 Termeno (BZ)Italy; e-mail: w.klotz@cantinatramin.it.
Aldo Vacca
Affiliation:
Produttori del Barbaresco s.a.c., Via Torino, 54, 12050 Barbaresco CN, Italy; e-mail: a.vacca@produttoridelbarbaresco.com.

Extract

Austria has a quite small cooperative sector, only about 10 to 15% of all Austrian wine is produced by wine cooperatives. The first wine cooperative was established in 1882 (Eisenstadt-Ruster-Weinproduzentenverein). An intense wave of cooperative establishment took place in Austria and Germany at the beginning of the 20th century, lasting through the 1960s, that was due to the unfortunate general socio-economic situation of vintners.

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Copyright © American Association of Wine Economists 2018 

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Footnotes

These reports could not have been compiled without the help of numerous people who helped procuring, translating, and/or editing them. We are particularly indebted to Alessandro Corsi (University of Torino, Italy), Patrizia Fanasch (University of Paderborn, Germany), Simonetta Mazzarino (University of Torino, Italy), Guenter Schamel (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy), and Karl Storchmann (New York University, USA).

References

International Co-Operative Alliance. (2018). Cooperative identity, values & principles. Online at https://www.ica.coop/en/cooperatives/cooperative-identity#definition-of-a-cooperative (accessed November 6, 2018).Google Scholar
Schwarz, H.-G. (2008). Wachauer Weinkultur 1938–2008. Winzergenossenschaft Wachau, Freie Weingärtner Wachau, Domäne Wachau; Festschrift zur 70-jährigen Genossenschaft. Dürnstein: Freie Weingärtner Wachau.Google Scholar
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