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  • Ferran Centelles
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  • Ferran Centelles
24 Feb 2016

In an ancient book on viticulture published in 1791 entitled Agricultura general y gobierno de la casa de campo (General agriculture and governance of the country estate), Joseph Antonio Valcarcel referred to Cariñena (also known as Carignan, Carignane, Mazuela and many other synonyms) in the following way: 'Mazuela has a lower quality…