Wines known worldwide

The Vineyards are on average 30 years old. Their roots grow deep into the subsoil made of Limestone, Marl and some Clay.

As the vines grow deeper and work harder to get their nutrients the end results are found in wines that show a lot of character and complexity.

The Hill of Corton rises around 800 feet between the two villages of Pernand-Vergelesses and Aloxe-Corton. It detaches itself from the rest of the landscape and you cannot miss its majestic stature when you drive by.

The Hill of Corton produces the only grand crus reds of the Cotes de Beaune.

Red Wines

White Wines



Our label  “Domaine Michel Voarick” is an etching on copper and is the work of Odette Hihn Voarick. Odette was a Distinguished Painter and a Graduate of the Ecole-des-Beaux Arts in Paris

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