Part of the Joval Family Wine Group, Rameau d’Or is our family's ode to the South of France. After three generations making wine, we’re devoted to mastering the art of Provence rosé. To achieve this, we seek the best grapes in Provence, honouring age-old winemaking methods, resulting in a wine rooted in the past and looking to the future. Everything we do is dedicated to what’s in the bottle.

Crafted from 30-year-old vines in the Cooeur du Var department of Provence, across sunny slopes with cool and fresh nights, this is the optimum climate and terrior for the most premium rosé.

Côtes de Provence is located in the very south-east of France, all along the Mediterranean coast from the regional capital of Marseille to the border of northern Italy. With sun-drenched days and cooling afternoon breezes, it’s fittingly the home of rosé and houses some of the best vineyards in the world. The terroir of the region is as beautiful as it is complex. The soil and sub-soil are composed of limestone from the Trias and the Jurassic period, with some clay-limestone variation, producing aromatically complex wines with striking natural acidity. These wines are as distinctive as the individual personalities that created them.
Year on year, we strive to achieve a quality and style that captures the pure, unadulterated beauty of our region. We hand select the best fruit from a selection of vineyards and growers with meticulous care and attention to ensure we achieve the Rameau d’Or essence. Fruit is harvested at night, where temperatures are cool, to retain acidity and preserve aromatics. After a gentle pressing, our premium cuvee is fermented at low temperatures to preserve colour and aromatic potential. To provide texture, our wines rest on lees for a period of five months before bottling.

Here, we find a delicate balance between fruit weight, mineral acidity, and taut, spicy fine-grained tannin. We capture this essence, this spirit, this lightness, to create the most elegant, perfect rosé, from our family to yours.
Rameau d’Or, translates to Golden Bough and comes from a fantastical French tale of enchantment, love and transformation – a perfect match for this quintessential summer rosé. In the tale of Aeneas and the Golden Bough, the magic branch represents both light and life. Petit Amour by Rameau d’Or. The name translates to “little love” and is dedicated to bringing people together through the shared love of rose.