Producer Profile

Roberto Henriquez

Roberto Henríquez's journey in winemaking began with studies in agronomy and enology at the University of Concepción. His path led him across the globe, collaborating with winemakers in Canada, South Africa, and culminating in the Loire Valley alongside Rene Mosse. Under Mosse's tutelage, Roberto underwent a transformative shift towards organic and biodynamic farming practices. Employing carbonic maceration and aging in old Rauli wood barrels, his wines emerge as light-bodied, translucent, yet richly nuanced expressions of character.


Where The Wines Come From


Nestled in Chile's southern reaches, the Bio-Bio region is a captivating haven for natural wine enthusiasts. Here, amidst the embrace of the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains, winemakers craft wines that echo the purity and authenticity of their surroundings. Organic and biodynamic farming practices thrive, nurturing vineyards in harmony with nature's rhythms. Indigenous grape varieties, like Pais and Moscatel de Alejandría, find their home in Bio-Bio's granite soils, expressing the region's terroir with remarkable clarity. In the cellar, minimal intervention reigns supreme, as spontaneous fermentations and aging in neutral vessels allow the grapes' true essence to unfold. The resulting wines, with their vibrant acidity, distinct minerality, and genuine sense of place, stand as a testament to Bio-Bio's emergence as a beacon of Chilean natural winemaking.