Le vignoble sud-africain dans l'ère post-apartheid, entre transformation et continuité

Abstract : South African vineyards do represent - all together - a globalised productive sector, portions of agricultural land localised in still racially fragmented territories and a European colonial heritage. Nevertheless, they have started a transformation process in stage with new global imperatives on quality wines, and more surprisingly matching with South African post-apartheid changes. These transformations draw a new geography of vineyards based on conquest of new frontiers suitable for quality wines, and with the integration of redistribution and equity principles within the oldest vineyard area. However, like the post-apartheid era in general, these transformations struggle to change a still deeply socially divided sector.
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Julien Dellier, Éric Rouvellac, Sylvain Guyot. Le vignoble sud-africain dans l'ère post-apartheid, entre transformation et continuité. EchoGéo, Pôle de Recherche pour l'Organisation et la diffusion de l'Information Géographique, 2013, pp.13343. ⟨10.4000/echogeo.13343⟩. ⟨hal-00927742⟩

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