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For quite some time now the wine has become a tourist resource capable to meeting the needs of tourists who are looking for an experiential journey in contact with the local culture. Thus, the wine landscapes often appear to the travelers as "new" tourist product also capable to diversify a territory tourist service. In this specific case, after an exam of the literature concerning wine tourism, we have analyzed the environment of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. Here the wine landscapedoi:10.13137/2282-472x/12445 fatcat:uwco57pdofgnhktrhyyzkphtwy