Table of contents for Successful wine marketing / edited by Kirby Moulton, James Lapsley.
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Introduction. Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategies. SETTING SIGHTS ON THE MARKET. Researching the Wine Consumer. Market Audits. Tracking Retail Sales. CONSIDERING THE MARKETPLACE. The Context for Marketing Strategies: A Look at the U.S. Wine Market. The Production/Marketing Interface. Wine Marketing and Its Legal Environment. The Role of a National Importer. Wine on the Internet. DEVELOPING STRATEGIES. Pouring Wine through New Funnels. Product Differentiation. Building a Premium Wine Brand. Pricing and Programming. Creating Pull Through Advertising. Category Management. Label and Bottle Design. Using a Bulk Wine Market as a Marketing Strategy. PROFITING THROUGH POSITIONING. Basics of Brand Positioning. Positioning Multiple Wine Brands. Integrating the Marketing Elements. Positioning: A Case Study. USING DISTRIBUTION. Elements of a Wine Distribution Agreement. Making Distribution Work. A Changing Distribution System. Distribution Strategies and Legal Barriers. Selling Wine in and to Supermarkets. Selling Wine in and to Large Specialty Stores: The Case of Beverages & more!. The New Brand in a Competitive Market
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Wine -- Marketing.