Erythres, also known as Kriekouki, is a village in Western Attica, Greece. It is located on the northwest of the district, built on an altitude of 400m on the eastern plains of mount Kithaeron, on the border between Attica and Boeotia districts. It has a population of about 3,000.
The population is mainly of arvanitiki decent and the arvanitika dialect survives to this day. The main occupation of the residents revolves around farming and the great, fertile fields around Erythres.
Our family, always in Erythres, is occupied with viticulture and winemaking. From vine planting and harvest, to winemaking and bottling, we carefully tend to the complete production cycle.
We select the finest grape varieties, both traditional greek and cassic international, with the special taste characteristics of the plains of mount Kithaeron. With handmade care we produce limited quantities of wines and every year we gradually increase our produce.