Art is an expression of man aimed at creating sensations and emotions in those who produce it and in those who enjoy it, born from his ingenuity. Wine is a product of man aimed at creating sensations and emotions in those who produce it and in those who enjoy it, born from his ability. What would happen if Art and Wine came together? The answer lies in the “BARRIQUE'S MUSEUM” project, the result of the collaboration between the Tenute Orestiadi di Gibellina and the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. The idea was born from the natural vocation of the Trapani area, and in particular of the city of Gibellina, which has always been devoted to art and wine. The sensitivity of Tenute Orestiadi has made it possible to collect and invest in this heritage in its entirety; the Orestiadi Foundation itself, in fact, has always worked in the field of art. So why not meet with an Italian excellence such as the Brera Academy, a hotbed of Italian sculptors, painters and artists for centuries? The form of the project takes on a dual guise, a wise reciprocity: on the one hand the barriques become canvas for new and young contemporary artists, on the other the red wine from the estates will be used as a pigment and exhibited on supports prepared by Cartera Aetna, another Sicilian excellence. To find out more, Prof. Stefano Pizzi, teacher of Painting at the Academy, and Alessandro Parisi, marketing manager of Tenute Orestiadi, will present the “BARRIQUE'S MUSEUM” project on 29 May 2015 at 11.30 am, at the Milano Wine Garden, located at inside the enclosure of the Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan, chosen as the ideal place to talk, through art and wine, about what man is capable of when he elevates his language to a universal one.