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With over 70 parcels of vines totaling seven hectares, it is no wonder that Alain Voge sometimes seems distracted. Half in jest, he says that the reason he harvests so late is to figure out which vines are his. Lovably comic yet humble, honest, dedicated to his domaine, and incredibly hardworking, Alain Voge and his wife Elaine have been estate-bottling Cornas since the mid-1950s. In spite of producing what most critics, Parker and the Wine Spectator included, call some of the finest wines in the world, the Voges remain the kind of people one wishes one had for grandparents.
Cornas is the fabled 100-percent Syrah-... more
Slightly richer and more full-bodied, the 2011 ... more
The finest of the duo, the 2011 Saint Peray Fleur more
There were only two cuvees produced, with no Les ... more
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Our Saint-Péray "Fleur de Crussol” comes from our more