Predicting Consumption, Wine Involvement and Perceived Quality of Australian Red Wine
Australian wine drinkers' (n = 310) questionnaire responses measured consumption dimensions, product involvement, subjective knowledge, personality traits and socio-demographics to predict red wine consumption and perceived quality. Total red wine consumed/week was predicted by wine involvement (product involvement); being male and self-monitoring (ability); the number of days/week drinking red wine was predicted by age and wine involvement (product sign) and higher income. Higher self-monitoring predicted buying more expensive wine. Wine involvement was predicted by wine subjective knowledge, reward responsiveness, need for cognition and, negatively, by impulsivity (non-planning). Perceived quality was predicted by sensitivity to reward and older wine company and, negatively, by higher expenditure.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: CSIRO Food and Nutritional Sciences, Adelaide, Australia
Publication date: November 1, 2009