James, Jane; Sutcliffe, Katherine
November 2009
Interpretation Journal;Fall2009, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses the effect of interpretation on possible visits to wineries in South Australia. It notes that Adelaide Hills Wine Region (AWHR) presented a review of the cellar door experience inorder to increase the number of visitors. It adds that wine operators in the AHWR region took part in a workshop that detailed the principles of interpretation and how to establish interpretive themes that present the stories of each wine.


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