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New top level cooperation in Northern Rhône

>> Sunday, May 22, 2005

Alain Voge is one of the very best producers in Cornas, just south of Hermitage. He is one of the persons that have led the renaissance of the Cornas appellation bringing it from quasi-obscurity 20 years ago to now being almost as well known as Hermitage and Cote Rôtie. He will soon take retirement and does not have any family member who is interested in taking over the vineyard. Instead he has started a collaboration (a “joint venture”) with Alberic Mazoyer (now technical director and manager at Chapoutier) who will in practice take over the operations of the domaine. In addition to Voge and Mazoyer, Chapoutier will also have a stake in the company.


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