Pasarisa is a word formed by the first two letters of Patagonia, Salta and La Rioja, ending with the initials of South America. Laura Catena's new range worked with crops from these regions. Merlot and Pinot Noir are found in the cold and windy region of Patagonia, the most widely planted grapes in this remote southern area after Malbec. From La Rioja, the producer has created a "meaty" Syrah. Meanwhile, from the high altitude region of Salta comes the only white in the range, a Torrontés, as well as a Cabernet Sauvignon, which has had plantations here since the mid-19th century. "The reason we chose these varieties for Pasarisa was because we thought they were very typical of the place and interesting," explained Laura Catena. "We did not want to do the same as in Mendoza.
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