Established in 1905
Before passing away in 2020 at the age of 81, Alain Voge played a leading role in putting the wines of Cornas and Saint-Péray on the map. Having taken over the Domaine at an early age during the 1960s, when much of the vineyards were neglected or used for fruit production, he strove to elevate the family estate to one of the strongest in the Northern Rhône. With 70 plots split over 7 hectares (plus 6 hectares in St Péray), this small Domaine places a focus on producing authentic, aromatic wines. Alongside compatriots Pierre-Auguste Clape, Noël Verset and later Thierry Allemand, Voge did much for the profile and quality of Cornas’s reds during his life. While his three peers have taken on more of a “cult status” when it comes to popularity and pricing, Voge remains remarkably well positioned in the fine wine market given its quality, history, and reputation.