After an experience at « La revue des Vins de France » , Oronce de Beler arrived in Burgundy in 2004, attracted by the mystery and the beauty of the worldwide' admired' terroirs of Côte de Nuits. In love of the place, Oronce decided to study about winemaking and passed a degree in Beaune. Thanks to this knowledge, he settles in Vosne-Romané to create his first vintage in 2005.

La Maison Romane ("the Roman house") is one of the oldest house of the village that use to be inhabited by vines workers. It is also were Oronce de Beler decided to live, just above the cellar of la Maison Romane. It is in the vault cellar of this wonderful XIII' century 'house that the alchemy begins. The wine will grow-up slowly in this underground room curved into the rock.

In Order to preserve the personality of the wines and the character of each specific "climat", Oronce often maintains the vineyards with Prosper, his 8 years old Percheron, by horse-pulled ploughing. These 2 activities allow him to create special link between the fruits that are use to produce the wines and the vines where those fruits come from and mature.

Prosper and Quarto, the 2 Oronce de Beler' working horses are living on the hill of Vosne Romanée. Recently, La Maison Romane ' family has been extended since 3 young Corsican pigs and a male from southwest of France have joined the team and run semi free in the forest around the horse field.