Program

Tuesday 22 may

Basilic Saint Marc – Heraklion

  • 18:00 – Official opening of the colloquium

Wednesday 23 may

Culture Center of Heraklion

  • 8:30 – Welcome of participants
  • 9:00 – Opening lecture: Giorgos Kotseridis (University of Athens, Greece) “The new era of greek wine “

9:30 – 12:30 – Session I – Vineyards and terroirs: grape varieties, enological processes “.

  • 9:30 – 10:00 – Keynote 1. Kalliopi Roubelakis (University of Heraklion, Greece): Oeno-Technologies in Crete from Minoans to the 21th century
  • 10:00 – Vasilis P. Petrakis (National Hellenic Research Foundation, Institute of Historical Research, Grece): “Characterization of grapes and wine in archaeological remains and modern cultivars in Crete: a combined metabolomics and molecular genetics approach”
  • 10:20 – Androniki C. Bibi (Hellenic Agricultural Organization DEMETER, Greece): “Genetic diversity and structure analysis assessed by SSR markers in a large collection of indigenous vitis cultivars from the island of Crete, Greece”.
  • 11:40 – Dimitrios Taskos (Hellenic Agricultural Organization-DEMETER, Greece): “Towards a National Management Plan for Greek Grapevine Genetic Material for Sustainable Viticulture and Wine production”
  • 11:00 – Questions
  • 11:15 – Philippe Moustier (Aix-Marseille University-CNRS-Telemme), “Mutations de l’encépagement et politiques de qualité dans les vignobles provençaux XIX-XXIe siècles”
  • 11:35 – Apostolos Spyros (University of Crete, Grece) “Molecular fingerprinting and aging of wines from Cretan cultivars”
  • 11:55 – Katerina Biniari (Agricultural University of Athens): ” Polyhenolic profile of berry skin and seed extracts and its antioxidant capacity between and within grape cultivars grown in Crete”
  • 12:15 – Questions

12:30 – 13:45 : Lunch

  • 13:45 – Keynote 2: Maria Nikolantonaki (University of Burgundy, France): “How chemistry can predict wines aging potential: application to different white burgundian terroirs
  • 14:05 – Maroula Dimopoulou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): “The origin of Brettanomyces bruxellensis in greek wine”
  • 14:25 – Michèle Guilloux-Benatier (University of Bourgogne, France): ” The hygienic quality of wine: role of microorganisms?”
  • 14:45 – P. Arapitsas (Centre, Fondazione Edmund Mach (FEM, San Michele all’Adige, Italy):”An update on wine ageing and sulfonations”
  • 15:25 – Questions

15:40 – Coffee break and poster session

16:00 – 18:30 : Session II – ” Wine, Mediterranean and Cretan diets and health

  • 16:00 – Keynote 1: Norbert Latruffe (University of Burgundy-France): “Wine, Mediterranean Nutrition and Health, an historical triptych and still alive”
  • 16:30 – Jean-Robert Pitte (Academy of Sciences Moral and Politic France): “Champagne wine, a medication for King Louis XV neurasthenia “
  • 16:50 – Morgan Poggioli (University of Bourgogne, France): “Between health at work and worker culture: the wine of ‘‘prolétaire’’ question in France between the two global wars”
  • 17:10 – Questions
  • 17:25 – Sénia Fedoul and Olivier Jacquet (University of Lyon II, University of Bourgogne, France): “History of the sanitary quality of wines. The rules to the medical expertise test and to enological practices (from end of XIXth siecle to the XXIth siecle)”
  • 17:45 – Apostolos Rizos (University of Crete): “The Cretan diet as opposed to the ever-changing landscape of nutrition guidelines and the implications for public health”
  • 18:05 – Questions
  • 18:20 – Presentation of Cretan wines (Wines of Crete)
  • 18:40– Cretan wine tasting

Thursday 24 may

Culture Center of Heraklion

09:00 – 12:45 – Session II – ” Wine, Mediterranean and Cretan diets and health ” (ctnd)

  • 09:00 – Keynote 2 : Prokopios Magiatis (University of Athens, Greece) ” Olive oil and wine, the cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet: a unique combination of bioactive healthy ingredients “
  • 09:30 – Jean-Pierre Rifler (Centre Hospital Center of Haute Côte-d’Or, France): “Is wine an healthy food ?”
  • 09:50 – Gérard Lizard (University of Bourgogne, France): “Comparison of the induction of neuronal differentiation by different compounds: neuropeptide (octadecaneuropeptide (ODN)), retinoic acid and polyphenols (resveratrol, apigenin) present in the Mediterranean diet”
  • 10:10 – Joël De Leiris (University of Grenoble): “Role of inflammatory process in atherosclerosis : cardioprotecting effects of mediterranean diet”
  • 10:30 – Questions

10:45 – Coffee break and poster session

  • 11:05 – Annita Toffanin (University of Pisa, Italy): “Agresto from unripe organic grape with antimicrobial activity”
  • 11:25 – Nikos Rodopaios (University of Crete): ” Impact of alcoholic beverages consumption on bone mineral density, on orthodox christian population in starvation period “
  • 11:45 – E. Frangkopoulou (University Harokopio, Athens, Grece): “Cardio-protective actions of red and white wines from the Ionian Islands”
  • 12:05 – Eleni Pavlidou (University of Egean Sea, Greece): “Wine: a valuable factor in promoting longevity and preventing chronic diseases”
  • 12:25 : Questions

12:40 – 13:40 – Lunch

13:40 – 18:20 : Session III – Cultural and heritage aspects of vine, wine and diet

  • 13:40 – 13:40 – Keynote: Katerina Kopaka (University of Crete, Greece): “Ancient wine from the Aegean islands”
  • 14:10 – Maria Tsoupi (University of Ioannina, Greece) : “Wine as a customary drink”
  • 14:30 – Aline Brochot (University of Paris I Sorbonne, France): “The very discreet place of wine in Nice gastronomy promotion”
  • 14:50 : Questions
  • 15:05 – Bolis K. Sotirios (Finest Greek Tastes Network of Municipalities, Greece), Pittas George (Greek Gastronomy Guide, Greece): “Gastronomic Communities and Greek gastronomic culture” 15:25 – Stefania Kalogeraki (University of Crete, Grece): “Exploring Greek Adolescents’ Alcohol Consumption Patterns, Determinants and Correlates”
  • 15:45 – Questions

16:00 – Coffee break and poster session

  • 16:20 – Irene Sifaki (Hellenic Open University, Greece): “Wine heritage and prospects of conservation and development through cultural and educational activities”
  • 16:40 – Dimitri Goussios (University of Thessaly, Greece), Laurent Rieutord (University of Clermont-Auvergne) : “Renewal of Thessaly vineyard : new actors and patrimoniing”
  • 17:00 – Manolioudis Stelios (Independant Geologue): “DIONYSUS/Primordial paths οf ecstasy – spirituality”
  • 17:20 – Questions
  • 17 :30 – Presentation of cretan olive oils (ELGO, DIMITRA)

18:00 : Cretan olive oil tasting

20:30 : Gala dinner

Friday 25 may

Cultural center of Heraklion

09:00 – 12:10 : Session IV – “ Wine, gastronomy, tourism, and development

  • 09:00 – Keynote: Sophie Lignon-Darmaillac (University of Paris IV Sorbonne): “The routes of wines to oeno-gastronomy”
  • 09:30 – Dimitrios Kyritsis (University of Thessaloniki, Greece): “Potential for the production of quality wines of certain local grape varieties of Thrace”
  • 09:50 – Eric Le Fur (Inseec Business School, Bordeaux, France): “The issues of origin labels for oleicole mediterranean countries”
  • 10:10 – Joëlle Brouard (Terroir Manager, France): “Terroirs of consoumption : the world of wine positioning. The case of Beaujolais wines”
  • 10:30 – Questions

10:45 – Coffee break and poster session

  • 11:05 – France Gerbal-Medalle (University of Toulouse Jean-Jaurès), Marie-Ange Lasmène (Parole, Parole agency, consulting in Ethnology): “Oenotourism in Vidourle-Camargue area at the crossing of geography and ethnology”
  • 11:25 – Laurence Dujourdy, Yves Le Fur (AgroSup Dijon): ” Sensory evaluation for a new offer of wine glass “
  • 11:45 – Irini Theodorakopoulou (Agricultural Economic Research Institute, Greece): “Usign systems thinking to co-create an experential leadership-training program for the wine business”
  • 12:05 – Joël Rochard (IFV, France): “Contribution of the biodiversity to the eco-winetourism of the heroic vineyards: assets and prospects”
  • 12:25 : Questions

12:40 : Lunch and poster session

14:00 – 18:00 : Technical visits

Saturday 26 may

Cultural trip (optional upon reservation and payement) : Archeological museum of Heraklion, Archeological sites of Knossos and of Phaïstos. Visit of Paliani monastery.

Time and place of departure and retour of the trip shall be indicated during the conference.

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