Between the river Ebro and the Matarraña, the Pandols coastal mountain, Horses and the Ports, are chairing the spectacular typical landscape of the Mediterranean interior, and this is where the Terra Alta DO belongs. The vines are grown on natural terraces, with several slopes (slopes and plains). The cultivation soil, with good draining and variable depth, is rich in limestone and very poor in organic matter. The climate is dry Mediterranean, but with a strong continental influence. While the rains are not very frequent, it is notably the role of prevailing winds: the Sers and Garbinada. The ‘Mediterranean-ness’ of their terroir, the predominance of traditional grape varieties and the importance of good Grenache define their particular personality. That is why this DO has a distinctive watermark: the “Terra Alta White Grenache.” Over 6,000 hectares and 1,400 grape growers enrolled in Terra Alta are made white, pink, red and up to four types of fortified wines (sweet white wine, sweet red wine, mellow and naturally sweet wine).