Viña La Rosa, was founded over a century ago, nestled in the Cachapoal Valley, Peumo, where the historic traditions of its founders coexist day-to-day with all those who work there.
Our common love for wine and our land, which we not only care for but respect, inspires us to continue with the sustainable management of our vineyards, because we know that it is there where quality is born, in perfect harmony with the vegetation and wildlife that inhabits these enchanted lands.
Our wines are estate bottled in our century-old winery, giving a special imprint to the work of men and women who are proud to produce authentic and distinctive wines at this world-class property, recognized both in Chile and abroad.
Our wines are the result of the communion between the heritage of our history and the vision of our younger generations, who have modernized the processes according to new trends and technologies. At Viña La Rosa we have a profound respect and gratitude for the fruits that our lands offers, which we care for in a sustainable way to be in harmony with the ecosystem.
We had to wait 180 long years to produce a wine that properly represented the legacy of the Ossa family. The wine, in honor of those pioneers, who founded Viña La Rosa and made it grow beyond Chile's borders, is the product of the thorough effort led by Don Ismael Ossa Errázuriz in the search for the best vineyards, where the quality and power of each grape variety gave rise to a blend with the best of our lands in Peumo.
Since its release this blend has been recognized as one of Chile's finest Icon wines.
La Rosa is the result of the arduous challenge our team of viticulturists and winemakers took on, meticulously studying the unique characteristics of our terroir -an internationally recognized appellation- to carefully select the best soil for each variety, contributing to the complex structure of our wines.
A tribute to Don Recaredo Ossa Undurraga, fifth generation of the founding family of Viña La Rosa, who was not only a pioneer in spreading the name of Chilean agriculture and viticulture to the world, but with his entrepreneurial vision and personal charisma, marked the seal of excellence, innovation and transfer of knowledge that is imprinted in the affectionate nickname "Don Reca" with which he is remembered.
Once again, the Ossa family vineyards honor their tradition in Peumo, nestled in the Cachapoal Valley, with two exceptional varieties that are part of a new chapter of rigorous and detailed soil exploration that gave life to the Cabernet Franc and Carmenère.
The understanding of our soils allowed us to find the exact blocks to meet the necessary standards that give the character and authenticity of these lands to the new La Capitana Single Vineyard line.
The wines of the La Capitana line are faithful representatives of teamwork, dedication , and a constant search to find the best conditions for the development of each of its grape varieties.
The name La Capitana is a tribute to the tallest palm tree that serves as a guide for all of us who work in the vineyards of the Palmería de Cocalán National Reserve. It is also a tribute to the Ossa family's commitment to preserve this natural reserve that safeguards more than 20,000 Chilean palms.
Wines with a youthful spirit that arise from the creativity of our team of young winemakers designed to accompany the new generations in their moments of fun.
Wines made from specially selected fruit from our own vineyards, with special dedication to preserve, enhance and respect the qualities and attributes of each variety.
Honest, well-balanced, and fruity wines that reveal the flavors and aromas that make each varietal unique.
La Capitana sparkling wines are fresh, soft, and delicate, with an extraordinary balance and complexity thanks to the aging on lees.
To celebrate, share, or enjoy as an aperitif.
Lucious notes of fresh fruit and citrus stand out.
Very refreshing and smooth on the palate, with lingering fruit, balanced acidity, and a crispy fresh finish.
Love for our
These lands, which are intertwined with our nation’s history and to Doña Inés de Suárez, its first landowner, have been a legacy that we have transmitted from generation to generation, with the same commitment and passion that pioneer, Don Francisco Ossa y Mercado, had when he founded Viña La Rosa.
From its beginnings, the Ossa family transformed this legacy into a way of life. Represented by a company that generated work and social opportunities for Peumo and its people, with the creation of the local school, health center and theater. The Ossa family consolidated a way of doing business with parameters of excellence, transporting Peumo wines globally and bringing world-class recognition to Viña La Rosa.
Our inspiration is to produce exceptional wines that promote our respect and reflect the terroir where they are cultivated. We know that our fields in Peumo, nestled in the Cachapoal Valley, are privileged by a Mediterranean climate of warm days and cool nights and where the variety and richness of its lands give rise to unique qualities that are expressed in each of our wines.
We value the fruits that the land gives us, the work of dozens of men and women and a noble winemaking tradition that persists generation after generation, caring and respecting the ecosystem and natural resources.
Meet Our Commercial Team
Our wines are part of a collective process, the result of collaboration and patience of all those who work at Viña La Rosa, strongly committed to excellence and sustainability in every stage, transmitting the values and a tradition that endures to this day and paves a future for the generations to come.
Production Assistant Manager
Nicolas de la Fuente
Head of Domestic Market