A Hedonic Price Analysis for the New Zealand Wine Industry: Preliminary Results

This paper presents preliminary results from a hedonic price analysis of premium wines in New Zealand over the vintages 1994 – 2003. Implicit prices are presented for a sensory quality rating, as well as wine variety and regional reputation. Results show that the price premium associated with Michael Cooper's five-star quality rating is highly significant and increasing in magnitude over the study period. Trends in regional and varietal preferences are also explored.


Issue Date:
2005-08
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/98502
Total Pages:
10




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