Thomas worked as a business controller, before he returned to his native land to take over from his parents. He then took viticulture-oenology courses, while training in the field alongside his father.
Deeply aware of the environmental problems, Thomas has joined the DEPHY network which comprises 1,900 farms which are taking various approaches to ensure a lesser use of pesticides; in December 2020 he got the level 3 of the high environmental value certification of agricultural holdings set up by the Grenelle Environment Forum. It also aims to protect the biodiversity, to use fertilizers and water in reasonable proportions. So we practice a controlled grass cover, which encourages biodiversity, reduces the vulnerability of vines to disease, allows to regulate the vigour of the vines, to control the yield, and then to preserve the wine quality.