Once called Arom for Fernando Mora’s last name spelled backward, Altas Parcelas, as the name would suggest, is a blend of all of the parcels Fernando has chosen from the vast collection of vines tended by Bodegas San Alejandro. These vineyards are over 50 years old, 100% head-pruned Garnacha, and planted at elevations greater than 700m. The soils range from sandy slate and quartzite soils to limestone and clay. This cuvée, like all the others that Fernando makes at Bodegas San Alejandro, is picked by hand, includes at least 50% whole clusters, and is fermented and aged in vessels that do not alter the innate character of these mountain Garnachas. In the case of Altas Parcelas, 100% concrete tanks.