Captured in its elusive spontaneity and innocent languidness, the ‘Girl with a Turban’ also known as the ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ is one of the most effective portraits in the history of art for depicting feminine genuineness, a candid beauty full of natural shyness. Nicknamed the ‘Dutch Mona Lisa’, this work by Jan Vermeer, painted in the second half of the 17th century, also speaks effectively to the woman of today, expressing the most spontaneous traits of the female soul, those without time or space. A sigh with universal value. In her eyes, as well as in the flashy pearl earring, one catches a piercing light, a primordial breath that sings the praises of life. The sweetness of the female figure cannot but be accompanied by a soft Grappa di Moscato, of a stunning youthfulness and immediacy. An all-feminine freshness.