Thomas Pico is a Chablis meteorite. He is part of an established new generation of Burgundy producers who returned to the Bois d’Yver family farm in the Chablis area with the desire to make viticulture evolve in a denomination where it was not the most followed option. He met some colleagues like De Moor, neighbors, who helped him on his way and quickly won the first rewards of his most natural work in the vineyard with digestive, ripe and fluid wines. Today he grows 12.5 ha (a small part in 1st crude such as Butteaux, Beauregard and Côtes de Jouan), integrating the 5 ha of the Bois d’Yver family farm. The first wines with the name Pattes Loup came out in 2008 from the 2006 harvest. Adept of very ripe grapes, the wines naturally ferment and age for 18 months (with 2 winters and racking in the middle) in 500 l and 600 l wood. They are bottled with a loose, fleshy material and a beautiful expressiveness of the land from which they come.