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Namastir Podcast – The World’s Most Technologically Advanced Winery

Namastir Podcast – Palmaz Vineyards: The World’s Most Technologically Advanced Winery

Nov 13, 2020 | Blair Lewis | Link to Podcast

Christian Palmaz sits down with Blair to discuss being the son of a great inventor and his family’s pursuit of achieving perfection with their Napa Valley wines.  Do you need further convincing?

The Palmaz family built a friggin 20+ story winery inside a mountain.

Recipes from Napa: Carbonada Stew

Winter is here and we have settled into a cozy cycle of drizzle, and fog in Napa. I cherish quiet winter evenings with the fireplace going and the family tucked indoors for the evening. On these nights I like to prepare comfort foods: stews, chilis, and roasts. One stew that is a favorite in our house is the Argentine Classic Carbonada. Traditionally in the winter, it is served inside a pumpkin and is the perfect dish to use any left over fall pumpkins.  In my opinion the perfect stew meat is the naturally tender and richness of our Grass Fed Wagyu from our sister property Genesee Valley Ranch.

The Wine Stream – Ep 21 – Resilient Napa

Grilling the GVR Wagyu Tomahawk with Salsa Chimichurri

Grilling the GVR Wagyu Tomahawk with Salsa Chimichurri

Excerpted from At the Table and Around the Fire | Pairing: Brasas Cabernet | By Florencia Palmaz

The Asador—the grillmaster of Argentine barbecues—is a near mythical character who holds court over a traditional asado. The GVR Wagyu Tomahawk is a prehistorically-sized cut. The combination of the two means any guest invited to an asado featuring a Tomahawk and a dedicated Asador is in for a legendary night.
This recipe describes the steps to properly grill a Tomahawk and make a traditional Argentine salsa, Chimichurri. It also gives you some tips on how to be a true Asador. Grab your Tomahawks and prepare for a feast!

Amalia’s Empanadas

Amalia’s Empanadas 

Excerpted from At the Table and Around the Fire | By Florencia Palmaz

Argentinians endlessly debate which style of empanada is better and there are quite a few. There’s the Tucuman, which has a juicy filling; the Salteña, which is baked; and the Criolla, fried.  Amalia Palmaz’s recipe for empanadas (the style we cook at the winery) are a spinoff of the Salteña style. While we fill them with a variety of different fillings, the recipe we have here is for our GVR Wagyu Beef Empanadas—which pairs perfectly with a Palmaz Cabernet Sauvignon. Our recipe calls for pre-made empanada rounds from Goya—let’s keep it simple.

The Wine Stream – Ep 20 – The Climate of Wine

2020 Harvest Report

The Wine Stream – Ep 19 – Tasting Terroir

Southbay: Raising the Steaks

Raising the Steaks

Southbay Magazine | Written by Shaun Tolson | Photographed by David Leland Hyde | August 2020 | Original Link

IN THE HILLS THAT ONCE SPARKED CALIFORNIA’S GOLD RUSH, GENESEE VALLEY RANCH IS RAISING A SPECIAL BREED OF CATTLE IN AN EQUALLY SPECIAL WAY. THEIR PRACTICES ARE ELEVATING AMERICAN GRASS-FED BEEF. THROUGH AN EXCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP CLUB, DISCERNING GOURMANDS CAN TRULY TASTE THE DIFFERENCE.

Luxury Magazine: What’s Next in Food

What’s Next in Food

Luxury Magazine | Summer 2020

HERE’S THE BEEF – Join the Brasas Food & Wine Society with a Ranch Subscription to have a box of pasture-raised Black Wagyu beef delivered to your door two, four, or six time a year from Northern California’s Genesee Valley Ranch, where “cattle have the run of the ranch.” The same family owns and operates Napa Valley’s Palmaz Vineyards.  www.geneseevalleyranch.com