Comparison of analyses of winegrowing and wine-production in the Czech Republic, the EU, and South Africa
P. Tomšík, H. Chládkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5114-AGRICECONCitation:Tomšík P., Chládková H. (2005): Comparison of analyses of winegrowing and wine-production in the Czech Republic, the EU, and South Africa. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 51: 322-328.
The area of vineyards has increased to 19 261.5 hectares and the number of wine producers to 18.292 by 1 May 2004. This branch needs a long-term study that will lead to the establishment of the new politics for viniculture and wine-growing, related to the needs of the region. The trends are compared to the main European producer – France, and another country from the so called “New World“– the South African Republic. The researches are focused on the consumption of wine by population, share in the gross national product, employment in this branch, areas of vineyards, and number of wine-growers.
politics, branch, viniculture, wine-growing