Manières de boire L'apprentissage de la dégustation dans les « bars à vin »

Abstract : While Europe remains the region with the highest levels of alcohol consumption in the world, statistical data have recently shown that alcohol consumption has declined significantly in recent years, particularly in producer countries such as France. This transformation can be seen in particular in the consumption figures for wine, which are constantly decreasing. Commenting on this general trend, which has already taken shape for a few years on a larger scale, Guy Caro had predicted in 1987 that a "cultural movement is taking shape in the world. We're interested in drinking and drinking less. " Historically, the consumption of wine has fluctuated widely, oscillating between progression and retreat: very widespread in the Mediterranean basin throughout Antiquity, wine will later become, for questions more economical than cultural, a reserved drink To the social elites, before returning sporadically to the favorite beverage of the popular layers. At the beginning of the twenty-first century, in the nations of Western Europe, and in particular in France, wine retains a certain prestige and continues to present itself, in the choice of drinks and in the ways of drinking, as an instrument of distinction Social security.
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Thierry Rosso. Manières de boire L'apprentissage de la dégustation dans les « bars à vin ». Socio-anthropologie, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2004, BOIRE, 1 (15), pp.148. ⟨hal-01515814⟩

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