Les Alcusses is a blend of Monastrell with 10% each Garnacha Tintorera, Petit Verdot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. This was the first cuvée that Pablo created at Celler del Roure, but, the percentage of French varieties in the blend has gradually decreased in its three-decade evolution. At the same time, the elevage employs less new French oak with larger barrels and foudres replacing barriques. Les Alcusses takes its name from the ancient Celtiberian archeological site located nearby La Bastida de Les Alcusses, and the label shows a lead plaque found in the ruins. It is thought to be a financial document, but the Southeastern Celtiberian script has yet to be fully deciphered.