VINO EDUCA

From the beginning, we knew that the joining of winemakers from 8 countries for football matches and tasting wines was also a good opportunity to exchange experience and knowledge. That is why the VINO EDUCA concept began. The model of the international conference unites professionals from different European countries, from partnership universities to other experts. 

And the theme? Always up to date, and has a European meaning. 

In 2022, there will be a VINO EDUCA conference along with VINO EURO in the Czech Republic, in Mikulov on 2. 6. 2022. The conference will be happening in two identical terms. Four lecturers will have their lectures in the morning hours for students, and professional guests from the Czech Republic. 

After that, the lectures will be identical in the afternoon hours for the members of VINO EURO and the press. Altogether, there will be around 400 guests joining the conference. The theme of the conference is Wine in moderation

Lectures are focused on 4 areas:

Healthcare: The positive aspect of moderate consumption of wine from medical perspective. 
Economy: The meaning of winery and wine growing for national economy, international trade and relationships. 
Environment: The benefits of planting wine for the land and responsible forms of farming.
Culture: The role of winery in historical context with the consideration of culture and traditions. 

If you are interested in attending the conference, please fill out and submit registration form. You will receive a confirmation of your participation.

 
 
If you are planning to arrive at VINO EUDUCA by car, we recommend using the parking P1 Jiráskova, Mikulov (48.8003678N, 16.6277556E). From there you can continue on foot or by bus lines 585, 550 from platform 3 of the stop "Mikulov, železniční stanice" station to "Mikulov, u pošty". 

Programme

2. June

Morning

Mikulov

9.00–12.00
VINO EDUCA section 1
  • PhDr. Martin Chlad
  • Professor Andrea Lucchi

Break 

  • Mgr. Jindřich Vobořil Pg.Dip. 
  • Dr. Alessandro Scalzini MD 
  • prof. MuDr. Jan Žaloudík CsC.

Afternoon

Mikulov

13.30–16.30
VINO EDUCA section 2
  • prof. MuDr. Jan Žaloudík CsC.
  • PhDr. Martin Chlad

Break 

  • Mgr. Jindřich Vobořil Pg.Dip. 
  • Professor Andrea Lucchi
  • Dr. Alessandro Scalzini MD 

Evening

Mikulov

16.30–19.00
Garden picnic

Lecturers

prof. MUDr. Jan Žaloudík CSc.

county: Czech Republic

shere of activity: director of the Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute in Brno and internationally recognized expert in the field of oncology

position: senator of the Parliament of the Czech Republic

topic: There is certain hypocrisy - society assumed that doctors are supposed to ban alcohol and talk about it with disdain. Among other things in wine are dozens of polyphenolic substances. Some of them counteract oxidative stress on cells, have anti-inflammatory effects, counteract excessive cell division, and help remove damaged cells from the body. The beneficial effects of these substances have been discussed since around the turn of the millennium. It is necessary to know these effects and to determine the optimal dose. 

Mgr. JINDŘICH VOBOŘIL, Pg.Dip.

county: Czech Republic

position: the National Drug Coordinator

topic: "Words move and examples pull" - Czech youth are drinking more alcohol and starting earlier. Almost eighty percent of 16-year-olds have experience with alcohol. Today twice as many children are drinking alcohol regularly as twenty years ago. Moreover, Czech adults are very tolerant of children's drinking. 

Professor Andrea Lucchi

country: Italy 

position: Professor and President of the Degree Course in Viticulture and Oenology at The University of Pisa, Department of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences

topic: Towards pesticide-free agriculture? Sharing needs and knowledge promotes integrated pest management. Excessive use of chemical pesticides has led to the rapid development of resistance in target insect pests, grave impacts on non-target organisms, and human health. 

Dr. Alessandro Scalzini MD

country: Italy 

topic: As scientists and doctors have repeatedly confirmed, moderate drinking of wine has a very beneficial effect on the health of our hearts. This drink contains selected substances that help prevent heart disease by increasing levels of 'good' cholesterol, which protects blood vessels from damage. 

PhDr. Martin Chlad

country: Czech Republic

possition: President of the Czech Grape and Wine Producer Association 

topic: "The importance of winemaking and viticulture for the national economy, international trade, and relations", he will talk about the cultivation of grapes in the Czech Republic. The production and potential of wine, trade with its impact on the economy of our country, consumption and consumption behavior of domestic consumers.

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