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Title: The Contribution of the Grape and Wine Industry to Idaho’s Economy: Agribusiness and Tourism Impacts
Authors: Foltz, John C.
Woodall, Stacie
Wandschneider, Philip R.
Taylor, R. Garth
Keywords: Idaho
impact analysis
input/output models
tourism
wine
wine agribusiness
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: The impact of Idaho’s wine and grape industry was assessed as an agribusiness and as a tourist industry. Idaho’s grape and wine industry is in its infancy, with wine sales of $15 million from 15 wineries and growers cultivating about 1,000 acres, primarily in southwestern Idaho’s Canyon County. Synthesized output multipliers for wine tourism were virtually identical to the agribusiness output multipliers (1.86 and 2.10 for Canyon County and the state of Idaho, respectively). The wine and grape industry’s agribusiness impact is $15 million in sales and 120 jobs in Idaho, and $23 million and 140 jobs for Canyon County. In contrast, tourism expenditures stimulate other businesses in addition to the agribusiness linkages of grape and wine production. Thus, only about three-fourths of the current wine production would be required to be sold to out-of-region tourists to equal the impact of the wine and grape industry as an agribusiness industry.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/62287
Identifiers: 0738-8950
Institution/Association: Journal of Agribusiness>Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2007
Total Pages: 15
From Page: 77
To Page: 91
Collections:Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2007

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