Ktima Kissa

Kissas, a winemaking family based in Corinth is the carrier of a deeply rooted tradition that started with small steps back in 1949, and today is in its third generation. The legendary load of the place has led the way in terms of inspiration. Delphi, Olympia and Epidaurus, three of the most sacred locations of Ancient Greece, if connected on the map create the shape of an equilateral triangle. At the center of this triangle stands the local village of Trikala – a name that loosely stands for “three virtues”. We envisaged an identity heavy with symbolism and full of primal power, but without any tired references to ancient Greece. The logo is constituted by a hand-drawn triangle, with 3 dots at each corner suggesting the 3 mythical points of reference. The triangle can be perceived also as 2 Ks united (the initial of the Brand), or plough lines that delineate the vineyards. This raw, primal design logic is carried over to the visual language of the 4 wine labels.