Italy’s cultural heritage is a generous resource for the country’s cultural life, capable of involving aesthetic sensitivity, instruction in enjoying life’s pleasures and the development of civilization itself. This heritage includes the arts, monuments, architecture, but also the productive traditions, wines, recipes, and the fascinating spirit of communal feasting. Palazzo Te, a masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance, and a wonderful interweaving of architecture, literature and vision, is partnered with Villa Della Torre, supporting distinct historical and artistic affinities and with the world of wine that revolves around the Villa, a microcosm of passion, an identity-based project and terroir. This is a happy and fertile alliance, greeted by the production of a new wine born in the heart of Lugana, the offspring of ancient tales and a collective, refined sense of beauty. The label of this white wine is dedicated to the Chamber of Cupid and Psyche, conceived by the great Mannerist artist and architect, Giulio Romano.