Generation Y, wine and alcohol. A semantic differential approach to consumption analysis in Tuscany

  title={Generation Y, wine and alcohol. A semantic differential approach to consumption analysis in Tuscany},
  author={Nicola Marinelli and Sara Fabbrizzi and Veronica Alampi Sottini and Sandro Sacchelli and Iacopo Bernetti and Silvio Menghini},

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