According to Ovid Galatea was a beautiful sea nymph, in love with Acis, a young shepherd whose lover she was, but also the object of desire of the Cyclops Polyphemus. Polyphemus, finding the two in a love affair, was jealous and killed the Cyclops. The nymph, grief-stricken, turned her blood to keep their love affair alive. A character from mythology linked to the myth of Polyphemus, which will recur. Just like the bewitching nymph, Galatea is elegant and seductive, perfect for a refined wine cellar.