The 8 hectares vineyard of Bouzy Grand Cru, has belonged to the family since the end of 17th century. We practice sustainable viticulture with a deep respect for the soil and the environment.
Soils are weeded by plow and the vineyard is mostly planted with grape varieties from selections of family origin. The vines are, on average, 45 years old.
The family has vines in the village’s best plots: Vaudayants, Cercets, Tourtelottes, Brousses, Grues and Doyennes. These exceptional vineyards are the foundation of Champagnes and Bouzy-Rouge developed by the House.
In addition, the vineyard of Chigny-les-Roses with an area of 1.50 hectares classified Premier Cru (50% Pinot Noir, 50% Pinot Meunier) belongs to the family of Jean-René BRICE. The plots are spread over two localities: “Dessus Le Mont” and “Les Coutures” and are ideally located in the heart of this terroir.
The Brice family also owns a vineyard of 2.50 hectares in Loches-sur-Ource, in the Côte des Bar, on the southern limit of the Champagne appellation.
This plot was bought by Jean-Paul BRICE, father of the current winemakers, in 1980. It is planted with two hectares of Pinots Noirs and fifty acres of Chardonnay.