Somontano is a picturesque wine region nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees in northeastern Spain. The name "Somontano" translates to "beneath the mountain," referring to its location. The region is known for its rich winemaking history dating back to Roman times and its diverse terroir, which includes vineyards situated at varying altitudes. Somontano boasts a Mediterranean climate with continental influences, creating optimal conditions for grape cultivation. The region is renowned for producing high-quality red, white, and rosé wines, with a focus on indigenous and international grape varieties.