A family owned and operated vinyard in Saint –Tropez producing rosé wine for over three generations. Maison Angelvin produces two separate and unique cuvées of rosés; selection and Prestige.  Committed to delivering some of the best rosés of the region, Maison Angelvin upholds a tradition of excellence.

The Angelvin family has for over four generations cultivated their vineyards with the aim of producing wines of unparalleled excellence and distinction.  The two principal cuvées, Selection and Prestige, tantalize the palette and delight the eye.  We invite you to discover the story of what continues to make Maison Angelvin a landmark or elegance and sophistication in the gulf of Saint-Tropez.



Inspired by stories of antiquity in which Phoenicians , Greeks and Romans had produced the first wines of the area, Louis Angelvin set out to create a refined wine reflective of the natural beauty of the region. As a civil engineer astute in geology and with an extensive knowledge of the mineral composition of Provence he was able to balance and extract the subtitles of the soil and take advantage of the fact that well-maintained vines could hold infinite possibilities and substantially influence the taste of the wine.


When Louis Angelvin passed away, he left the keys to his estate to his son Jacques and grand-daughter Véronique.  Jacques Angelvin was a well-known French television personality, who had received some notoriety for his involvement in the French Connection.  His gregarious social nature allowed Maison Angelvin to receive attention beyond the beaches of Saint-Tropez.

Operated now by Louis Angelvin’s great-grandson, Logan, Maison Angelvin remains a family-owned and operated business which has expanded beyond the Provence region to delight and tantalize on a global scale.

Logan Wallace Angelvin is the the fourth generation of the Angelvin family.  Born from his French mother and American father, Logan grew up on the family vines mastering his fine motor skills picking grapes. Logan brings an international prestige to his great-grand fathers vinification aspirations. An idealist by nature,Logan took the initiative to retrieve the family vines from the local coop and convert the vines to organic agriculture by the year 2018. He also as well over-sees a recommitment to the vinification process and the value of quality over quantity.  A judge on the Côtes-de-Provence panel and in various competitions, Logan brings four generations of knowledge and a deep love of the land and village to every glass of Maison Angelvin.


 Chemin de la Pierre Plantée    83990 SAINT-TROPEZ