Roberto Henriquez

Rivera Del Notro País

9.025 ratings
8.92 pro ratings
Bío-Bío Valley, South Region, Chile
País
Top Notes For
Johnson Ho

Beautiful citrusy palate with a nice finish.

Beautiful citrusy palate with a nice finish.

Dec 21st, 2020
Hillary & Dave

Apricots, flowers and sunshine to start. Flabby to end. Like moscato-water.

Apricots, flowers and sunshine to start. Flabby to end. Like moscato-water.

Nov 22nd, 2020
Kat

Salty

Salty

Nov 18th, 2020
Hillary & Dave

Grape juice, black pepper and ketchup nose. Oddly flabby and lightly tough on my tongue.

Grape juice, black pepper and ketchup nose. Oddly flabby and lightly tough on my tongue.

Aug 26th, 2020
Lauren Schoen

Strange, smokey, delicious

Strange, smokey, delicious

Aug 8th, 2020
Ryan L
9.0

Weird wine, tart and sour. Change your expectations, the uniqueness will impress

Weird wine, tart and sour. Change your expectations, the uniqueness will impress

Feb 5th, 2020
Devin B

Tasty! There’s smoke in the back end, and a bit of orange on the front. Tasty!

Tasty! There’s smoke in the back end, and a bit of orange on the front. Tasty!

Dec 21st, 2019
Jaimie Vaillancourt

A perfectly smokey, incredibly drinkable orange.

A perfectly smokey, incredibly drinkable orange.

Nov 30th, 2019
Richard Van Hoof

Rich and smokey with great texture. Semillon blend on 100 year old stock.

Rich and smokey with great texture. Semillon blend on 100 year old stock.

Nov 2nd, 2019
Martinez

I recall loving Roberto Henriquez’ Rivera del Notro white, but his 2018 País just blew my mind. After all, he is one of Chile's most promising young winemakers and largely responsible (alongside Luyt) for the resurgence of Pipeño, a derogatory slang for peasant wine generally made with the local País or Mission grape. Grapes for this wine were sourced from 200-year-old vines in Nacimiento, in the Bio Bio region, about 300 miles south of Santiago. Light-bodied, elegant and super drinkable 😋

I recall loving Roberto Henriquez’ Rivera del Notro white, but his 2018 País just blew my mind. After all, he is one of Chile's most promising young winemakers and largely responsible (alongside Luyt) for the resurgence of Pipeño, a derogatory slang for peasant wine generally made with the local País or Mission grape. Grapes for this wine were sourced from 200-year-old vines in Nacimiento, in the Bio Bio region, about 300 miles south of Santiago. Light-bodied, elegant and super drinkable 😋

Oct 29th, 2019