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Wine & Health 2017

Presentation

On behalf of the Planning and Scientific Advisory committees of Wine and Health 2017 Meeting it is our pleasure to welcome you to this special scientific event.

Several studies have explored the complex relationship between moderate consumption of wine and health. In fact, this relationship has been the focus of a long standing series of scientific meetings in the last years, starting in Udine (Italy) in 1996, and followed by the Meetings held in Palo Alto, California (USA) organized by the New York Academy of Science in 2001, Santiago (Chile) in 2002, Stellenbosch (South Africa) in 2005, Bordeaux (France) in 2007, Friuli (Italy) in 2010 and Sydney (Australia) in 2013.

Now we are welcoming you to a new Meeting that is held in Logroño, la Rioja (Spain) the days 16th, 17th and 18th of February, 2017. This new Conference will provide an opportunity to bring together world experts for a stimulating exchange of scientific information and ideas on the impacts of wine consumption on human health. We will explore the epidemiological evidence of the effect of wine as a unique alcoholic beverage and we will analyze the mechanisms by which wine may exert its beneficial effects on health and that add plausibility to the results obtained in cohort studies.

We will also would like provide deeper insight into how specific molecules present in grapes and wine have biological activities that may be beneficial or harnessed for health. Sociological outcomes of the use and abuse of wine, and hence public health priorities will also be presented for debate and discussion.

It is envisaged that these exchanges will contribute to the evidence base for public policy setting, provide direction for new research efforts into the health effects of wine, and offer opportunities for international collaborations. We need to promote new research in this fields, since, many more questions remain unanswered than answered at present. Your support and active engagement to the Wine and Health 2017 Meeting should be a vital contributor to the success not only of this year’s event but to continuing Wine and Health Meetings into the future.”

Committees

Scientific Organizing Committee

Prof. Begoña Bartolomé (Madrid, Spain)
Dr. Ramon Estruch (Barcelona, Spain) - Co Chair
Dr. Angel Gil (Murcia, Spain)
Sra. Rosa M. Lamuela-Raventós (Barcelona, Spain) - Chair
Prof. Maria Puy Portillo (Vitoria, Spain)

Scientific Committee

Prof. Rosa M. Lamuela-Raventós (Barcelona, Spain) - Chair
Dr. Ramon Estruch (Spain) - Co Chair
Prof. Roger Corder (UK)
Dr. Giulia Corona (UK)
Prof. R. Curtis Ellison (USA)
MSc. Ursula Fradera (Germany)
MSc. Susana Garcia-Dolla (WIM)
Dr. Tedd Goldfinger (USA)
Prof. Fulvio Mattivi (Italy)
Prof. Daniele del Rio (Italy)
Prof. Jeremy Spencer (UK)
Dr. Creina Stockley (Australia)
Prof. Pierre-Louis Teissedre (France)
Prof. Fulvio Ursini (Italy)
Dr. David Vauzour (UK)
Dr. David van Velden (South Africa)
Prof. Andrew Waterhouse (USA)

Organized by

FivinUBIRNSACINEROBN ISCIIISEMI
gobierno-rioja rioja-do
wine-moderation fdm
fev vino-espana

General Information

Venue

Riojaforum (Conference Centre and Auditorium La Rioja)
Calle San Millán, 23 - 25
26004 Logroño (La Rioja-Spain)
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Official Dinner

The Wine & Health 2017 Meeting Official Dinner will take place on Friday, 17th February, 2017 at the Winery CAMPO VIEJO.

CAMPO VIEJO

Important Dates

January 15 2017

Registration
Deadline for reduced fee registration

December 30 2016

Submissions
New deadline for submissions

Programme

16th February



08:15-09:15 h Secretariat opens
09:15-09:45 h Opening ceremony
Sr. D. José Ignacio Ceniceros. President of the Regional Government of La Rioja
Sr. D. José María Daroca. President of the Control Board of the DOCa Rioja
Sr. D. Miguel A. Torres. President of FIVIN
Dr. Rosa Maria Lamuela. Co-Chair of the Meeting
Dr. Ramon Estruch. Co-chair of the Meeting
09:45-10:00 h Meeting Presentation
Representant of University of la Rioja
10:00-11:30 h Plenary opening sessions (New Trends in Nutrition)

Chairpersons:
Dr. Rosa María Lamuela-Raventós (University of Barcelona, and CIBEROBN, Spain)
Prof. Marta Dizy (University of La Rioja, Logroño, Spain)
  • Personalized diets for different age groups
    Prof. Stine M. Ulven (University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway)
  • Grand-parental diet may increase the risk of Metabolic Syndrome in the grandoffspring: The sin of our fathers and the fathers of our fathers
    Dr. Josep Jiménez-Chillarón (Fundació Sant Joan de Déu, Esplugues de Llobregat, Spain)
  • Innovative targets on research on polyphenols
    Dr. Pedro Mena (University of Parma, Parma, Italy)
  • Discussion
11:30-12:00 h Coffee Break
12:00-13:45 h Session I: Epidemiological evidence on the relationship between alcohol and wine consumption and human health

Chairpersons:
Prof. R. Curtis Ellison (Boston University School of Medicine, USA)
Dr. Ramon Estruch (University of Barcelona, Spain and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Wine research: past, present and future
    Dr. Rafael de la Torre (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM) and CIBER Fisiopato-logía de la Obesidad y la Nutrición (CIBEROBN), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain)
  • Update on the J-shaped curve: where are we now?
    Prof. R. Curtis Ellison (Boston University School of Medicine, USA)
  • Different effects of wine, beer and spirits on health
    Prof. Giovanni de Gaetano (IRCCS Istituto Neurologico NEUROMED, Pozzilli, Italy)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • Alcohol consumption and total mortality: prospective results from the moli-sani study
      Simona Costanzo (IRCCS Istituto Neurologico Mediterraneo NEUROMED, Italy)
    • The consumption of wine and beer in moderate doses, fish, and legumes in the context of a Mediterranean Diet particularly improves HDL functions in high cardiovascular risk individuals
      Álvaro Hernáez (Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM), Barcelona, Spain)
13:45-15:00 h Lunch and Poster Session 1
See below
15:00-16:30 h Session II: Wine and diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome

Chairpersons:
Prof. Daniele del Rio (University of Parma, Parma, Italy)
Prof. Maria Puy Portillo (University of the Basque Country and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Influence of the high-fat diet associated or not with the consumption of purple grape juice on gestacional weight gain, biochemical profile and oxidative parameters of dams
    Dr. Caroline Dani (Centro Universitário Metodista IPA, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil)
  • Wine and metabolic syndrome
    Dr. Anna Tresserra-Rimbau (University of Barcelona, INSA, and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Wine polyphenols and obesity
    Prof. Maria Puy Portillo (University of the Basque Country and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • Effects of red wine and different doses of polyphenols from dealcoholized red wine on endothelial function in subjects with metabolic syndrome
      Gemma Sasot (University of Barcelona, Spain)
    • Sulfate-conjugated resveratrol metabolites are associated with increased hepatic leptin/STAT3 signaling in obese rats treated with a high-dose of transresveratrol
      Gerard Aragonès (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)
16:30-17:00 h Coffee Break and Poster Session 2
See below
17:00-18:30 h Session III: Wine and cardiovascular health

Chairpersons:
Prof. Fulvio Ursini (University of Padova, Padova, Italy)
Dr. David Vauzour (Norwich Medical School, Norwich, UK)
  • Wine, Mediterranean diet and cardiovascular disease. Lessons from the Predimed trial
    Dr. Ramon Estruch (University of Barcelona, Spain and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Effects of alcoholic beverages such as wine on lipid and other biomarkers for cardiovascular disease
    Dr. Henk Hendriks (Hendriks Nutrition Support for Business, Zeist, The Netherlands)
  • Regulation of eicosanoids by red wine
    Dr. Angel Gil Izquierdo (CEBAS-CSIC, Murcia, Spain)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • Wines enriched with tyrosol increases hydroxytyrosol metabolites in high cardiovascular risk individuals; a nutrigenetic approach
      Anna Boronat (Fundación IMIM, Barcelona, Spain)
    • Characterization of different grape pomaces during 4 years for their use related with medical purposes (hypertension and atherosclerosis)
      Zuriñe Rasines-Perea (Universitat de Bordeaux, Villenave d´Ornon, France)


17th February



8:30-10:00 h Session IV: Wine and brain health

Chairperson:
Dr. Jeremy Spencer (Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research, University of Reading, Reading, UK)
  • Cognitive effects of wine polyphenol consumption
    Dr. David Vauzour (Norwich Medical School, Norwich, UK)
  • Insights into the impact of wine consumption on brain health
    Dr. Cecilia Samieri (Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France)
  • Effects of different components of the Mediterranean diet on cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases
    Dr. Emilio Ros (Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Spain, and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Discussion
10:00-10:30 h Coffee Break and Poster Session 3
See below
10:30-11:45 h Session V: Wine and cancer

Chairpersons:
Dr. Pierre-Louis Teissedre (University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France)
Dr. Creina Stockley (The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, Australia)
  • Chemopreventive effects of wine polyphenols
    Prof. Norbert Latruffe (Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France)
  • Polyphenols and cancer: experience from epidemiological studies
    Dr. Raul Zamora (ICO-IDIBELL, Barcelona, Spain)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • Inflammation / Immune cells an intimate link in anticarcinogenic actions of red wine extracts and grapevine polyphenols
      Dominique Delmas (University of Bourgogne, France)
    • Antiproliferative effect of piceid on Intestinal epithelial Caco-2 cells are not related with resveratrol release
      Juan José Moreno (University of Barcelona, Spain)
11:45-13:15 h Session VI: Wine bioefficacy: Interactions with the gastrointestinal tract

Chairpersons:
Dr. Giulia Corona (Department of Life Sciences, Health Sciences Research Centre, University of Roehampton, London UK)
Dr. Angel Gil Izquierdo (CEBAS-CSIC, Murcia, Spain)
  • The gut microbiota: mediator of beneficial effects of wine in vivo
    Dr. Isabel Moreno-Indias (University Hospital of Malaga, Spain and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Interindividual variation in the metabolism of wine polyphenols: causes and consequences
    Prof. Begoña Bartolome (Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC, Madrid), Spain)
  • Phenolic metabolites and substantial microbiome changes in pig faeces by ingesting grape seed proanthocyanidins
    Prof. Andrew Waterhouse (UC Davis, Davis, USA)
  • Discussion
13:15-15:00 h Lunch and Poster Session 4
See below
15:00-16:00 h Session VII: Translation of science to policy and practice

Chairpersons:
Dr. David van Velden (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
Dr. Fulvio Ursini (University of Padova, Padova, Italy)
  • Wine, health and social aspects in the training of wine professionals - a reality or fiction?
    Msc. Ursula Fradera (Deutsche Weinakademie GMBH, Wine In Moderation, Germany)
  • Changing the upper limits of moderate alcohol consumption. The need for a world wide politic on alcohol consumption
    Dr. Creina Stockley (The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, Australia)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • Myths and misconceptions about moderate wine use in diabetes. How scientific findings are covered by prohibitive propaganda in post-truth print media
      Kristian Rett (Endokrinologikum Munich, Munich)
    • Assessment of oxidative stress biomarkers towards the development of guidelines for safer drinking habits in the general population
      David van Velden (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
16:00-17:30 h Session VIII: Mechanism of wine components

Chairpersons:
Prof. Begoña Bartolome (Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC, Madrid), Spain)
Prof. Andrew Waterhouse (UC Davis, Davis, USA)
  • Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of wine
    Prof. Mladen Boban (University of Split, Croatia)
  • Procyanidins and biological rhythms
    Prof. Cinta Bladé (University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)
  • Discussion
  • Short selected communications
    • A powdered wine pomace supplement modulates gene expression of vascular antioxidant enzymes deregulated in hypertensive and diabetic rats
      Raquel Del Pino-García (University of Burgos, Spain)
17:30-18:00 h Coffee break
18:00-19:00 h Session IX: Round Table Innovation and future
Chairperson:
Dr. Rosa María Lamuela-Raventós (University of Barcelona, and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Dr. Rosa M. Lamuela-Raventós (University of Barcelona, Spain, and CIBEROBN, Spain)
  • Prof. Jean-Claude Ruf (International Organization of Vine and Wine OIV, Paris, France)
  • Dr. Pierre-Louis Teissedre (University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France)
  • Dr. Creina Stockley (The Australian Wine Research Institute, Adelaide, Australia)
  • Prof. Fulvio Ursini (University of Padova, Padova, Italy)
  • Prof. R. Curtis Ellison (Boston University School of Medicine, USA)
  • Discussion
19:00-19:30 h Closing remarks
21:00 h Official dinner at the Winery CAMPO VIEJO
(20.30 Bus meeting at Hotel AC La Rioja)


18th February



11:30 h Guided visit of historic winery from Winery Franco-Españolas
Price: 10€ . Wine tasting included

Poster Sessions

16th February



13:45-15:00 h Poster Session 1
  1. The simgi® gastrointestinal digestion simulator applied to the study of the interactions between wine polyphenols and human intestinal microbiota
    Carolina Cueva (Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL))
  2. Hydroxytyrosol-sulfate a common circulating metabolite detected in human plasma after red wine and virgin olive oil consumption
    Iziar Ludwig (University of Lleida, Reus, Spain)
  3. A low-protein diet induces body weight loss and browning of subcutaneous white adipose tissue through enhanced expression of hepatic Fibroblast Growth Factor 21 (FGF21)
    Diego Haro (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  4. Identification of resveratrol-derived metabolites after consumption of dealcoholised wine
    Joana Fernandes (Genomics Unit, Biocant, Cantanhede, Portugal)
  5. Effects of total phenolic content on antibacterial activity of white wine
    Ana Marija Milat (University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia)
  6. Chemistry of red wine aging: implications for health and biologic activity
    Andrew Waterhouse (Department of Enology & Viticulture University of California at Davis Davis, California, USA)
  7. Moderate alcohol intake is inversely associated with total mortality and cardiovascular events in an elderly population. Specific effects depending on the beverage consumed
    Paola Quifer-Rada (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  8. Acute effects of wine aged and gin on expression of genes related to atherosclerosis in high cardiovascular risk men. A randomized intervention trial
    Irene Roth (Hospital Clínic, Barcelona, Spain)
  9. Wine aged under a cap of 'flor' yeast consumption increased circulating endothelial progenitor cells and decreased pro-inflammatory molecules related to atherosclerosis
    Irene Roth (Hospital Clínic, Barcelona, Spain)
16:30-17:00 h Poster Session 2
  1. Study on the resveratrol content in wine
    Alejandro Parra (Dolmar Innova SL)
  2. Phenolic composition in different kinds of brazilian white grape juice
    Dr. Caroline Dani (Centro Universitário Metodista IPA, Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil)
  3. Phenolic profile, antioxidant and neuroprotective activity of commercial wines from a renowned winery region Fruška Gora, Serbia
    Diandra Pinta (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
  4. Polyphenols content of wines from binissalem - Mallorca appelation
    José Fernando Rinaldi Alvarenga (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  5. Phenolic profile of red wines from the highlands of the Protected Designation of Origen “Ribera de Duero” (Spain)
    Maria-José Motilva (University of Lleida, Spain)
  6. Estimation of the price – quality relation of commercial Merlot wines based on the comparison of their biological activity and phenolic composition
    Diandra Pinta (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
  7. Total Polyphenols and antioxidant capacity in organic versus conventional white wine from two spanish varieties: Chardonnay and Xarel-lo
    Sara Hurtado-Barroso (University of Barcelona, Spain)


17th February



10:00-10:30 h Poster Session 3
  1. Estimation of the usual portion for wine served in hostelry. Starting point for an standardization of wine serving size into a healthy diet
    Julia del Castillo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
  2. Polyphenolic profile of divergent peanut genotype, adapted to drought, by highresolution mass spectrometry
    Fernanda F. Juliano (University of São Paulo, Piracicaba, SP, Brazil)
  3. The most dominant polyphenols in Glycyrrhiza glabra L
    Sanja Vlaisavljevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
  4. Fungal extracts as a source of phenolic compounds
    Sanja Vlaisavljevic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia)
  5. Relationship between alcoholic beverages, eating patterns, lifestyle habits and anthropometric parameters in a healthy population at high cardiovascular risk from spain
    Margarida Ribó-Coll (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  6. Effects of grape pomace extract intake on human gut microbiota, their metabolic activities and other health biomarkers
    Irene Gil-Sánchez (Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL,CSIC), Madrid, Spain)
13:15-15:00 h Poster Session 4
  1. White wine has beneficial effects on expression of inflammatory markers/ mediators following myocardial infarction in rats
    Mladen Boban (University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia)
  2. Effect of piceid, resveratrol and resveratrol metabolites on arachidonic acid cascade in human intestinal epithelial cells
    Juan J. Moreno (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  3. Wine pomace product protects against endothelial dysfunction in HUVEC grown under hyperglycemic conditions
    Mónica Cavia (Universidad de Burgos, Spain)
  4. Winery by-product improve vascular health through reduction of oxidative stress in spontaneously hypertensive rats
    Mónica Gisela Gerardi (Universidad de Burgos, Spain)
  5. Effects of Mediterranean tomato-based sauce sofrito on FGF21 (Fibroblast Growth Factor 21) expression and signaling
    Joana Relat (University of Barcelona, Spain)
  6. White wine consumption and rats weight: do polyphenols matter?
    Ana Marija Milat (University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia)
  7. Oxidation does not deteriorate antioxidant and direct vasodilatory activity of macerated wine
    Ivana Mudnic (University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia)
  8. Comparison of vasodilatory and antioxidant activity of dessert and standard wines
    Ivana Mudnic (University of Split School of Medicine, Split, Croatia)
  9. Influence of viscosity on human intestinal microbiota growth under simulated physiological conditions
    Laura Laguna (Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias de la Alimentación (CIAL), CSICUAM, Madrid, Spain)
  10. Evidence of the neuroprotective activity of wine-derived phenolic metabolites and aroma compounds in human neuroblastoma cells, and the molecular mechanisms involved
    Adelaida Esteban-Fernández (Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias de la Alimentación (CIAL), CSIC-UAM, Madrid (Spain)
  11. Metabolomic insight into oleocanthal metabolism in human body
    Jose Fernando Rinaldi (Department of Nutrition, Food Science, and Gastronomy, School of Pharmacy and Food Science, INSA-University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)

Social Programme

17th February



21:00 h Official Dinner at the Winery CAMPO VIEJO
Camino de Lapuebla, 50, 26006 Logroño, La Rioja
941 279 900
www.campoviejo.com
(20.30 Bus meeting at Hotel AC La Rioja)
Remember that for this activity dinner tickets are required.


18th February



11:30 h Guided visit to Winery Franco Españolas
Price: 10€ . Wine tasting included

Registration

Registration Fee

  Up to 15 January (inclusive) After 16 January
Predocs and postdocs* 80 € 100 €
Seniors 225 € 275 €
Official Dinner February 17th 60 € 60 €

* Applicants must attach to the registration form a scanned document which proves that they are a student.

The registration fee includes:

  • Session attendance
  • Documentation
  • Coffee
  • Working lunches

Payment method

By bank transfer to:
IBAN: ES82 0182 3610 3602 0172 5823
SWIFT: BBVAESMMXXX
Registrations can only be validated and confirmed when accompanied by payment.
Clearly mention name and/or registration number with the bank transfer. Remittance should be free of charge to the recipient.

Accommodation

Some suggested hotels near RIOJAFORUM. Please contact directly the hotel of your choice to make your reservation. Approximate prices that should be confirmed when making the reservation.

Hotel Carlton Rioja ****
Gran Via Rey Juan Carlos I, 5
26002 Logroño
La Rioja (Spain)
+34 941 24 21 00
hotelcarlton@pretur.com

Hotel Carlton Rioja

Hotel NH Logroño Herencia Rioja ****
Marqués de Murrieta, 14
26005 Logroño
La Rioja (Spain)
+34 941 21 02 22
nhherenciarioja@nh-hotels.com

Hotel NH Logroño Herencia Rioja

Hotel Ciudad de Logroño ***
Menendez Pelayo, 7
26002 Logroño
La Rioja (Spain)
+34 941 25 02 44
hotelciudad@pretur.com

Hotel Ciudad de Logroño

Accommodation Rates

  CAT. DUI
(Double room for single use)
DOB
(Double room)
Hotel Carlton Rioja 4* 68,00 € 90,00 €
Hotel NH Herencia Rioja 4* 79,00 € 89,00 €
Hotel Ciudad de Logroño 3* 60,00 € 66,00 €

Breakfast buffet included.

Submissions

General rules for the submission of abstracts:

  • The new deadline for submissions is December 30th.
  • Only abstracts sent via the online form will be accepted.
  • Authors will be able to indicate their presentation format preference (oral presentation or poster), but the scientific committee will make the decision on the final format of the paper.
  • The abstract must not exceed 250 words.
  • The author responsible for the communication will be the one presenting the communication (oral or poster) during the conference. This should be indicated in the submission form.
  • One person cannot be responsible for more than TWO papers.
  • The session "new trends in nutrition" is open to all kinds of posters related to nutrition.

Awards

  • Best oral presentation: 500 €
  • Second best oral presentation: 250 €
  • Third best oral presentation: 150 €
  • Best poster: 500 €
  • Second best poster: 250 €
  • Third best poster: 150 €

Press

Technical Secretariat

Acto Serveis
Bonaire, 7
08301 Mataró (Barcelona)
Tel. 937 552 382
Fax 937 552 383
winehealth2017@actoserveis.com