A garage, old vines and a dream: to make the best wine. That is Bodegas Cuevas de Arom in Valdejalón. The winery is run by two creative winemakers: Fernando Mora and Mario López. "Cueva" is the Spanish word for cave and "Arom" is the winemaker's last name, spelled backwards. With this wine they go back to earlier times. In Ainzón, a sub-area within DO Campo de Borja, wine used to be made in caves because of the ideal, naturally cool conditions for winemaking. They try to recreate this natural environment in a space of the cooperative winery Santo Cristo. Winemaker Mora's philosophy is simple: "We don't have rules, we don't work with recipes, we listen to the grape." And that leading role is reserved for Garnacha.