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MCCORMICK & SCHMICK’S SEAFOOD RESTAURANTS AND MIRASSOU WINERY BRING GUSTATORY CELEBRATION TO EAT, WRITE, RETREAT

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McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants, the nation’s premier family of seafood restaurants, and Mirassou Winery®, America’s oldest winemaking family, will partner in a private luncheon and wine pairing for attendees of Eat, Write, Retreat on Saturday, May 22, 2011 at the McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant on K Street in Washington, DC. During this exclusive event, food bloggers will learn tricks of the restaurant trade from Executive Chef Fernando Giacomini and the McCormick & Schmick’s culinary team while enjoying a selection of freshly prepared, locally-sourced signature McCormick & Schmick’s dishes paired with a variety of Mirassou’s premium, fruit-forward California wines.

The executive chef at each McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant incorporates fresh, locally available seafood and in-season produce and ingredients to create custom dishes highlighting the flavors of the region. Each McCormick & Schmick’s menu is printed twice daily, featuring the signature “Fresh List” highlighting an impressive number of fresh seafood varieties, in addition to aged steaks, poultry, entrée salads and pasta.

During lunch, Eat, Write, Retreat attendees will gain insight into working with seafood from the best in the business. From tips on selecting quality fish to how to prepare different types of seafood at home, bloggers will hear from Chef Giacomini who oversees the creation of new menu items at McCormick & Schmick’s on a daily basis, based on availability and seasonality.

The Mirassou family has been growing grapes and crafting wines in the sun-drenched hills of California since 1854. For this unique Eat, Write, Retreat luncheon, Mirassou will pair each of the dishes served with a signature varietal, which are known for being bright and expressive, with full-fruit highlights.

About McCormick & Schmick’s

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants focus on serving a broad selection of fresh seafood with a menu printed twice daily and featuring the signature “Fresh List” of up to 20 different varieties of fresh seafood, in addition to aged steaks, poultry, entrée salads and pasta. Each restaurant’s chef contributes to the menu’s unique and imaginative appeal by creating dishes tailored to regional tastes and their own talents.

McCormick & Schmick’s offers an inviting atmosphere and a high quality, diverse menu for everyone from casual diners, families and tourists to business travelers and special occasion diners. Learn more at www.McCormickandSchmicks.com Find McCormick & Schmick’s on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/McCormickandSchmicks or follow them on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/McandSchmicks.

About Mirassou Winery

The Mirassou family has been growing grapes and crafting superior wines in California since 1854, earning them the distinction of being America’s oldest winemaking family. Today, the Mirassou wine style is light-bodied, refreshing and fruit-forward. Mirassou’s premium wines retail for approximately $12 per bottle and are widely available in all 50 states. Find Mirassou wines online through Mirassou.com’s “Where to Buy” section, by ordering at www.thebarrelroom.com or at www.facebook.com/mirassouwinery.

About Eat, Write, Retreat

Eat, Write, Retreat is an all-inclusive food blogging event taking place May 20-22, 2011 in Washington DC. This intensive, hands-on learning weekend focuses on educating food bloggers and writers through workshops in food styling, photography, cooking, writing and professional development. For more information contact Casey Benedict at casey@eatwriteretreat.com.

Join us in May!

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