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Champagne Brice

BRICE || The Brice family has lived in the village of Bouzy since the 17th century. Three generations ago, they were focussed exclusively on red wine production, shifting to Champagne elaboration just after WWII. In 1994, Jean-Paul Brice founded Champagne Brice and ten years later Jean-Paul’s sons Jean-René and Remi took the reins, with consulting oenologist and viticulturist Christophe Constant, formerly of J.-L. Vergnon and Paul Bara.

BOUZY || Brice owns twelve hectares of vines, eight of which are in the prime mid-slopes of the Grand Cru village of Bouzy - mostly Pinot Noir with one hectare of Chardonnay. These eight hectares are divided into only 16 plots, making them quite large by Champagne standards. The remaining estate vineyards are in Chigny-lès-Roses (1.5 hectares of Pinot Noir & Pinot Meunier) and Loches-sur-Ource in the Aube (2.5 hectares of Pinot Noir). All vineyards are farmed organically, and the house style eschews malolactic fermentation entirely.