Punta Porvenir Farm
The delicious fish you have purchased has been harvested from Punta Porvenir farm found in the 11th region of Chile amongst the fjords of Patagonia. The Aysén Region is the least populous of Chile's fifteen regions.
Verlasso salmon flourish in these pristine surroundings, seemingly untouched by industry. The deep waters of our farms —60 to 80 meters-- provide natural filtration while the strong currents and abundant supply of fresh water help keep the water clean and our salmon active, strong and healthy.
At approximately 15 months old, your fish was brought to Punta Porvenir farm as a smolt and found a home in one of two deep sea homes. It was raised in both freshwater and seawater. We’ve just now harvested and shipped it on the same day to ensure that the freshest, most delightful taste experience is delivered to you.
Patagonia On The Fly
- The word “patagonia” means “big feet” in Spanish. The region was probably named after a character in a Spanish novel published in 1512.
- Some early European explorers believed that Patagonians were giants.
- A Patagonia native, the Magellanic penguin was named after Ferdinand Magellan, who documented seeing the species in 1519.
- According to legend, those who eat the fruit of the native El Calafate bush will always return to Patagonia.
- Patagonia is home to one of only two South American glaciers that’s actually growing, not shrinking.