In the Italian Alps, between Mont Blanc and the Dolomites, lies a valley rich in water and history: the Brembana Valley, home to the S.Pellegrino springs.
After falling 1,200 to 1,300 meters above sea level, rainwater takes 30 years to reach this destination.
During this time, the alpine terroir and dolomitic soil combine to give S.Pellegrino its rich mineral composition and distinctive taste.
Acqua Panna emerges from a spring 900 metres above sea level in a natural reserve in the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines.
To get there, the water travels underground through the ancient sandstone structure, rich in quartz, feldspars and clay layers.
During this 14-year journey through the rock, it is enriched with the minerals that give Acqua Panna its smooth, silky taste.
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