The history of wine in France is older than the country itself. The ideal climate of the south of France has long seduced ancient Greek explorers and Romans alike. For over 2600 years, the coast of provence has been home to the oldest vineyards of France. The quality of the rosé and it’s distinctly pale pink color, has made Cotes de Provence a top player on the international stage.
Maison Angelvin vineyard located in the hills of saint Tropez, France profits from the unique microclimate of the peninsula. The grapes are bathed with sun over 300 days a year and well watered by the heavy rains of the winter months. Grapes of grenache tibourin and mourvedre are harvested by hand at night by the family and groups of friends. It is a labor of love,sweat and passion, which culminates at sunrise when everyone sits down to break bread together. The vineyard pays homage to life’s richest moments, one drop at a time.