The DO Empordà (Costa Brava) wine region is situated in the province of Girona and covers an area of 2,000 hectares. It extends from the town of Figueres northwards to the French border. To the south, it extends through the Baix Empordà county near the Mediterranean Sea.
While historically Empordà was known for producing rosé wines, the majority of their production is red at 60%, white at 19%, and rosé at 17%. The remaining 4% is released as traditional wines including dessert versions of Grenache and Moscatell.