1st International Conference on Chemo and BioInformatics, ICCBIKG  2021, (165-168)

AUTHOR(S) / AUTOR(I): Sabina Šaćirović, Andrija Ćirić, Mališa Antić, Zoran Marković

E-ADRESS / E-ADRESA: sabina.sacirovic91@gmail.com, mantic@agrif.bg.ac.rs,andrija@kg.ac.rs, zmarkovic@uni.kg.ac.rs

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DOI: 10.46793/ICCBI21.165S


In this study, HPLC-DAD rapid analysis of phenols in wine samples was performed. The recording was performed at different wavelengths: phenolic acid (254nm), flavan-3-ols and stilbene (280nm), flavonoids (340nm) and anthocyanins (520nm). In selected wines, the concentrations of the following compounds were determined and expressed in mg/l of wine. The isolated derivatives were: hydroxybenzoic acids, derivatives of caffeic, ferulic, syringic, and vanillic acids, catechin (flavanol), rutin, myricetin and quercetin (flavonols), and the stilbene derivative-resveratrol.

The properties and quantities of phenolic compounds in organic wines were investigated. The results show the content of phenolic compounds in organic wines do not differ qualitatively and quantitatively from those in conventional wines.

Wine samples have shown good antioxidative activity according to both DPPH and FRAP analysis, which indicates the good antioxidative potential and high antioxidant concentration in tested wines. Cabernet Sauvignon wines have shown better radical scavenging activity than Merlot, especially when the DPPH test was considered.


Wine, HPLC, Phenols, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot


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