new releases

OUR NEW RELEASES

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We’ve just released a few new vintages to the website. One of the many advantages to being a wine club member is your access to our Library Wines and Early Releases.

Our library is dwindling, so Wine Club members can stock up by emailing what older vintages they would like: that’s 13 vintages!

Here is a list of the new wines just released:

2017 Gamay Noir Willamette Valley

2018 Sauvignon Blanc Willamette Valley

2018 Rosé of Gewurztraminer ‘A Frayed Knot’

2013 Pinot Noir Reserve ‘Antsy Pants’

2015 Riesling Sunnyside Vineyard

Spring Squalor (& Love of course!)

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APRIL SALE

We are offering a 15% discount on all Pinot orders in the month of April. Join our NEWSLETTER for the discount code. WINE CLUB MEMBERS get 20% (contact us for this discount) click here for more —>

SAIL DOWN THE MOSEL WITH US

Did you hear we are hosting a chartered cruise down the Rhine and Mosel Rivers and you can join us?! We were given a special discount to share with fans of Love & Squalor wine. It is a significant discount, but there are only 12 cabins left, so if you are on the fence give our Travel Service a call right away. Mention the winery and this newsletter when you call or write to get the $1000 discount. Call Brad at Northwest Travel Service (425) 375-2676 or visit www.nwtravel.com
You can see more about our itinerary here —> UNIWORLD MOSEL in MAY

NEW RELEASES
(Wine Club Members get first dibs!)

GAMAY NOIR 2017
Only 100 cases of this gem produced. Great dark juicy fruit with uplifting aromatics and mouthwatering acidity.

SAUVIGNON BLANC 2018
This wine has been quietly building a grassroots fan base over the years. Aperitif style SB with rich fruit and good zing. A splash for the pot and two for the chef.

ROSÉ OF GEWÜRZTRAMINER "A Frayed Knot" 2018
What started out as a weird experiment has now become a perennial 'go-to'. Different enough to stand out from the rosé crowd. 120 cases made.

NEW WINERY AND TASTING ROOM

As you may have gathered (and as our local wine club members have had the pleasure of seeing in person) we are under construction for our new winery space and tasting room. We’re hoping to be open this summer. Keep up with the progress on our Instagram (@loveandsqualorwine) or Facebook
SUMMER 2019. There will be parties!

WINE CLUB

Our next shipments and pick up party will be in the first week of May. Don't know what to get the wine lover in your life? Buy them a membership to our "Friends With Benefits" wine club. Twice yearly shipments catered to your tastes at club discount prices. We can get your first shipment out in time for summer feasts if you order soon. For more info click here or eMail us at info@loveandsqualorwine.com

UPCOMING EVENTS

We’ll be at POUR OREGON a Cellar 503 wine festival, on Sunday, April 28. This is the biggest collection of Oregon craft producers all pouring in one place. Join us in downtown Portland to experience wines from small, boutique producers from throughout the state as we kick-off Oregon Wine Month. And, raise a glass for a great cause: $10 from each ticket benefits Make-A-Wish Oregon. more here—>

#ILOVEGAMAY event — We were at the first two, were you? Join us for the 3rd annual Gamay Tasting Salon at The Nightwood featuring over 25 wineries pouring their latest Gamay Noir wines. Trail blazing Oregon wine producers have largely led the domestic growth of Gamay Noir and this year there will be some friends from California, Canada and France to celebrate I Love Gamay with us! more here —>
The Nightwood Society | Sunday May 5th, 2019 | 4pm - 7pm $35

Bay Area L&S fans, keep your eyes peeled. Matt will be headed down at the end of May for the First Ever WEST COAST RIESLING SOCIETY EVENT. West Coast Riesling Society will showcase of Riesling producers from California, Oregon and Washington with seminars, a grand tasting and dinners throughout SF 5/27-5/31 watch our social media for more info.

INTERNATIONAL PINOT NOIR CELEBRATION: Matt has participated in IPNC as a Maitre d'Hotel since 2001, and has served on the board of directors for 6 years. This year he’s honored to be the board president and additionally Love & Squalor will be a featured winery. We look forward to seeing all of your familiar faces at the party, and if you've never had the opportunity to attend, well we can't recommend it enough. Feel free to reach out and we will tell you why you simply must experience the IPNC at least once.

You can find out more about the International Pinot Noir Celebration and how to join us here —>

Single Vineyard New Releases

For those of you who have been paying attention, know that I have never ever released a single vineyard bottling (with one obscure exception). Well, never say never. We are very proud to introduce our brand new Single Vineyard lineup.

2014 Wings of Desire Cuddihy Vineyard Field Blend
This bottling is sourced from the old experimental block at Richard Cuddihy’s eponymous Yamhill vineyard. A co-fermented blend of 8 different grape types all planted next to each other in 1971. This barrel-aged richer styled white is a testament to the hardscrabble early days of Oregon viticulture and to magical accidents. 60 cases produced $30

2014 Sunnyside Vineyard Riesling
This Riesling is a citrusy, apple-y, stone-y and herbal dry Riesling sourced from my favorite Willamette Valley site for the varietal. If you are already a fan of my Riesling, this should deepen your appreciation. If you’re not quite sure, then this is the one to win you over. 25 cases produced $48

2014 Temperance Hill Vineyard Pinot Noir
This wine is bolder than my usual Pinots, it nonetheless has a signature grace typical of this storied Eola-Amity vineyard. I have been fortunate to work with Temperance Hill Vineyard fruit since 2007. To cut your teeth on an Oregon “Grand Cru” is a great way to learn winemaking. There are so many respected winemakers who make amazing wines from Temperance, I guess it’s time to throw my hat into the ring. 25 cases $58.

Wine Enthusiast gave this wine 90pts read more here

2014 Sunny Mountain Vineyard Pinot Noir
Not to be confused with the Sunnyside Vineyard from above of course, I have been seeking fruit from this Southern Willamette site ever since my assistant winemaker days at Brooks. We had some in the fermentation hall there, and it was always my favorite to do punchdowns on. The exotic aromatics of spice and leather were and are seductive and the wine in barrel has power and grip like no other site I’ve had the pleasure to work with. 25 cases $58

These wines are very limited and may or may not ever be bottled again. So enjoy them while they are around. And to celebrate their release with us - enjoy them at a discount . . .

Buy the wine here

Here is an interview about these Single Vineyard wines