The estate is located in the municipality of Ano Diakopto in the mountains of Egialia (Achaia prefecture) on the Greek peninsula Peloponnese, It was founded in 1999 by the two brothers Aristos and Stathis Spanos as well as Panagiotis and Yiannis Ntotas and the oenologist Panagiotis Papagiannopoulos. Before that, the company was purely a supplier of grapes. The name was given after an ancient, local pear variety. In 2003 a modern winery was started. The winery, including modern cellar technology, a wine bar and a small hotel, was created within one year with EU funding. The vineyards up to 1,040 meters above sea level have been expanded to 14 hectares and include the red wine varieties Agiorgitiko, Mavro Kalavritino ( Agoumastos Mavro ) Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, as well as with the white wines Malagousia. Roditis and Sauvignon Blanc planted. The management took place after Guidelines.
A catastrophe occurred in July 2007 when the company building and part of the vineyards were destroyed by the wild fires raging in the Peloponnese. The bar and hotel were only slightly damaged. Winegrowers who were friends helped to vinify the grapes harvested in 2007. In the meantime, the winery has been rebuilt from its own and EU funds. The Ntotas brothers left the owners' association with three hectares of vineyards in 2010. You and a second winemaker deliver biological produced grapes. The company's own vineyards now cover 11 hectares of vineyards. The most important variety is Roditis, which is considered the typical representative of the winery. A specialty is Mavro Kalavritino ( Agoumastos Mavro ), the varietal wine is expanded. The Sauvignon Blanc and Malagousia varieties, which are transported to the winery with a mobile cold store, are produced using (Macération pelliculaire) vinified at low temperatures with the aim of fruity wines. The product range includes PGE wines (country wines) and a POP Patras, It will also be a Retsina produced.