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  • Ferran Centelles
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  • Ferran Centelles
12 Sep 2017

Friedrich Schiller, the eighteenth-century German poet and philosopher, said, 'There is no causality, what we see as chance arises from a deep source.' That is how I felt after receiving Jancis's email suggesting I write an article about the rise of Xarel-lo as a preferred grape to produce still wine in Catalunya. Jancis has found an increasing…