History of gods and farmers
Tator is a Poggio Le Volpi project developed in Apulia instead of Lazio, and on the most representative grape of the region, the Primitivo. The property has always been in love with Apulia and its indigenous grapes, so immediately after acquiring a company with vineyards, Poggio Le Volpi offered on the market with a pure Primitivo, the Tator. The wine had a great international success, establishing itself in various European markets and becoming an integral part of the production of Poggi Le Volpi; so it was decided to produce another wine, the Tator Private Collection, always from Primitivo grapes but with an alcohol content of 17.50%, which gives an idea of the potential of the grapes and of the growing territory. Tator was a Messapian god with dark origins, the only one divinity adored in ancient times by the habitants of Messapia, the middle land, the current Salento peninsula.The wines that testify to this brand are robust and deep, complex and with a strong territorial expression.