The Roman House

In 2004, Oronce de Beler, driven by his passion for Burgundy Pinot Noir , decided to leave Paris and settle in Vosne-Romanée. He then embarked on a whole series of experiences in the world of wine, including a viticultural training course in Beaune, winemaking internships on family estates, and even the creation of a horse-drawn ploughing business in this Burgundy region of the Côte d'Or. And it was as a result of all these encounters, enriching exchanges and numerous tastings that La Maison Romane emerged.
During the 2005 harvest, Oronce de Beler bought his first grapes, marking the beginning of his winegrowing adventure. From the outset, he adopted a consistent winemaking approach: minimalist and natural, with intervention and sulfur use reduced to the strict minimum. His aim is to preserve the purity of fruit and the authentic expression of terroirs. He systematically opts for whole-cluster vinification.
In 2017, La Maison Romane relocated to Nuits-Saint-Georges, offering winemaking space in a more spacious vaulted cellar, making it possible to envisage further development of the estate.
Of course, the starting point of the whole process is the grape, which is why Oronce cultivates close relationships with talented winemakers whose practices are oriented towardsorganic farming, biodynamics, or viticultural methods that respect the soil and its ecosystem. The grapes are harvested by hand, with each bunch carefully selected both in the vineyard and on the sorting table, guaranteeing the purity of the wine.
Maison Romane gives priority to the highest quality grapes. In the winery, interventions are reduced to the strict minimum, with punching down limited to the final phase of vinification, and minimal or no use of sulfur. The wines are aged for 12 months in old oak barrels. From the outset, the house has maintained a philosophy of no fining and no filtration, and each bottle is bottled by hand, with a wax seal adding a touch of authenticity to all their cuvées. This commitment to purity, respect for terroirs, and simplicity in winemaking characterizesOronce de Beler 's meticulous work at La Maison Romane.

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