The CCS (Content Claim Standard) provides companies with a tool to verify the content of specific raw materials. Each organization along the supply chain is verified by an independent third party.

Viña La Rosa obtained the certification in 2012, currently achieving the highest qualification, supporting the guarantee of quality and safety of our products according to the law in force in Chile as well as countries where we export our wines to. In this way we achieve efficient and reliable management and transparency.

BRC stands for British Retail Consortium, the association of British food chains that, in 1998, published a standard (BRC standard or protocol) for the management of food safety that they began to require from their private label suppliers.

Viña La Rosa obtained the certification in 2012 and currently has the highest rating, supporting the guarantee of quality and safety of our products in accordance with the law in force in our country and in the countries to which we export our wines. In this way we achieve efficient and reliable management and transparency.

Organic Certification: Since 2013, Viña La Rosa has been certified by ECOCERT as an Organic vineyard, supporting a work philosophy that from the beginning has placed special emphasis on protecting the environment, conserving the fertility of our lands, and committing to the biodiversity that inhabits our fields and respect for the cycles of nature.

In addition to careful management of our vineyards, which do not use chemical or synthetic products at any stage of production.

HACCP Certified
Sustainable Wines of Chile
Wine in Moderation