Polyphenol content of wines

Range white wines 50–400mg/L: young red wines 900–1400mg/L mg/L
Organism Generic
Reference Dueñas M et al., Studies on Modulation of Gut Microbiota by Wine Polyphenols: From Isolated Cultures to Omic Approaches. Antioxidants (Basel). 2015 Jan 5 4(1):1-21. doi: 10.3390/antiox4010001. p.3PubMed ID26785335
Comments P.3: "Although the concentration of phenolic compounds in wine is conditioned by several factors related to the grape (variety, soil, geography, climate, etc.) and by enological practices, the total polyphenol content is around 50–400 mg/L for white wines, and 900–1400 mg/L for young red wines. Therefore, moderate consumption of wine (250 mL/day) corresponds to an intake of 60 mg of polyphenols for white wines and 210 mg for young red wines [ref 15]."
Entered by Uri M
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