Rosé is bottled poetry

RGB Provence provides award winning Rose Wine from France

RGB PROVENCE a Rose wine distributor was born from a common passion and love for the Rosé de Provence.


Our goal is to showcase “small” “artisanal” producers. We aim to bring their knowledge to the forefront, along with the science and the art of Rosé de Provence winemaking.

As opposed to the mass production and mass distribution of certain houses, we believe in the artistry and virtues that generations of winemakers have passed on. We also believe that quality, not quantity, should be the end result, and we are passionate about our quest.

Our expertise can be described as “our passion for this unique terroir”.

We want to respect it, tame it, and defend it! We would like to honor the wines and their producers with all the respect given to their environment.

Sometimes the best way to greet and connect with friends is to offer them a seat at your table.


The glass of Rosé you share is merely a vehicle to enhance heartwarming conversations and generosity of spirit. We are a hign end premier Rose wine distributor.

We want to showcase the best of Provence. Our wines are delicate and bright with layered flavors of fresh red fruit, melon and citrus leading to a crisp and refreshing finish.

Close family friends for years, Patrick and Sylvain share a 40 year passion for Rosé.

Rosé is not a specific type of grape — it's simply a genre of wine, like reds and whites. While it’s produced similarly to other red wines, the time it ferments with grape skins is cut shorter. This reduced skin contact is what gives rosé its signature pink color.

Rosé can be made from any red grape and cultivated in any wine region. Although it has become a recent favorite in the United States, it has been a mainstay in France for centuries, with the region of Provence pumping out more rosé than any other style of wine. It’s also quite popular in Spain (where it’s called rosado) and Italy (rosato).

This rosy wine is usually a blend, meaning it can be made from a variety of grapes. The most common types of red wine grapes used to make rosé are grenache, sangiovese, syrah, mourvèdre, carignan, cinsault, and pinot noir. In some cases, it can be a single varietal made with one type of grape. In California, rosés are known to be single varietal and made with 100% pinot noir grapes.