Wine: a cultural world heritage

Marina Regis Cavicchioli

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The processes of cultural identification make us choose what we want as memory, what we identity with in the past, and what we want to preserve. This is how we select our cultural heritage projects: as collective identity projects. The last three decades have been marked by a growing debate around the question of valuating the various types of cultural heritage. In this context, wine is considered as a world heritage phenomenon—through the vineyards and the landscape its production creates, the architecture and monuments linked to it, and its forms of production and consumption, through UNESCO's protection.

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Wine; identity; heritage; politics; cultural landscape; UNESCO.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31669/herodoto.v3i1.366

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