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dc.contributor.authorBruwer, Johan de Weten
dc.contributor.authorRawbone-Viljoen, Christopheren
dc.identifier.citationInternational Journal of Hospitality Management, 2013; 32(1):21-30en
dc.description.abstractThis baseline exploratory study investigated the main drivers of perceived risk of wine consumers in the Australian restaurant environment and the effectiveness of bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) of wine as a risk-reduction strategy (RRS). The BYOB ‘culture’ is well-established with 22% of respondents reporting they engaged in BYOB the last time they dined out. The main drivers of risk were: ordering a wine that complements the meal (functional); ordering a wine that suits the occasion (functional); choosing wines that will please the dining group (social); fear of being caught driving while intoxicated (physical); and the reputation of the restaurant (functional). Functional risk was by far the most significant risk type, followed by physical and social risk. The risk measurement scale returned a Cronbach alpha of 0.69 indicating the model had acceptable reliability for an exploratory study. In testing the relationship between risk types and using BYOB as a RRS significant correlations exist between functional risk and engaging in BYOB when celebrating a special occasion (H₂); social risk to bring wines that please the dining group (H3); financial risk to combat high prices on wine lists (H₄); and time risk to avoid the inconvenience and time spent on selecting, ordering and waiting for a wine to be fetched and opened (H₅). These findings suggest that BYOB should be recognised as a RRS in its own right.en
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityJohan Bruwer, Christopher Rawbone-Viljoenen
dc.rights© 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.en
dc.subjectBring-your-own-bottle (BYOB); Wine; Risk-reduction; RRS; On-premise; Foodservice; Australiaen
dc.titleBYOB as a risk-reduction strategy (RRS) for wine consumers in the Australian on-premise foodservice sector: exploratory insightsen
dc.typeJournal articleen
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Agriculture, Food and Wineen
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