The lands of the Alain Voge estate have belonged to the same family for several generations. Alain Voge learned the art of cultivating the land from his father and took over the estate in 1962. The estate concentrated a nursery of fruit trees and a plantation of peas between the rows of vines. Appointed village distiller, the farmer owns a still which makes pomace. As with many owners in Cornas between the 1960s and 1970s, wine production is not the core of Alain Voge's work. He joined a small committee of winegrowers who successfully safeguard the cultivable land. He is also the defender of still wines in Saint-Péray, at a time when the production methods practiced were essentially Champagne. Alain Voge gave more importance to viticulture at the end of the 1970s, a period when Cornas wines were gaining in fame. He came into conflict with his historic wine merchant house, which prompted him to start bottling his wines. He will sell them in France and the United States from the 1990s. In 2006, the Alain Voge estate began its conversion to organic farming, plot by plot, first for white wines, then for reds in 2009. In 2016, the entire vineyard is certified.