Source: San Pellegrino Terme, Bergamo
Altitude: 358 m
Classification: mineral water 854 mg / l
Distinctive element: presence of magnesium (49.5 mg / L)
S.Pellegrino water, defined as “the champagne of mineral waters” due to its refined taste and its light “perlage”, flows from sources located on the slopes of the Alps and is recognized as one of the best waters on the international market . Known since the thirteenth century, its sources were appreciated and visited by famous people who contributed to spread its fame.
The water from the S.Pellegrino springs reached its maximum popularity at the end of the 19th century and in 1899 the San Pellegrino Water Bottling Society was founded, which began to be exported all over the world, spreading to a vast and cosmopolitan clientele. .
The particular composition, acquired during the contact with the characteristic rocks of the aquifer, gives it a richness and balance in mineral salts that make it particularly tasty and pleasant on the palate. This is also helped by its balanced carbonation which increases its pleasantness, making it sought by the passionate gourmet who increasingly wants to consume water of absolute quality and able to harmonize with dishes and drinks, so as to make it more complete and satisfying the pleasure of the table.
During the bottling process numerous and constant checks are carried out that guarantee the preservation of the characteristics of S.Pellegrino water, which reaches the whole world while maintaining its qualities unaltered.