The Sieman farm is located in Villaga, in the province of Vicenza, in the middle of the Berici Hills. The name "Sieman" was not chosen by chance, but in Venetian dialect means six hands, precisely because it is run by three brothers who are named Marco, Daniele and Andrea. A health professional, an engineer and an accountant passionate about wine and beer, who one day decide to totally change their lives by dedicating themselves to agriculture and wine production. They buy a small hilly plot on the Berici Hills and begin to cultivate native vines such as the red and white Tai, the Garganega, and the Incrocio Manzoni. The vineyards are bred with natural methods listening to and respecting the rhythms of nature, reducing interventions to a minimum, and excluding pesticides and herbicides, in order to have healthy and tasteful grapes. In the cellar there are no manipulations of any kind in any phase of vinification, and fermentation occurs spontaneously with yeasts present on the grapes. The wines refine in wooden, cement and steel barrels to maximize the properties of the grapes from which they derive. Sieman wines express the characters of the territory in the glass.