San Pellegrino Sparkling Water
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San Pellegrino Sparkling Water

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Sparkling Natural Mineral Water in a Glass Bottle. Nothing inspires a spirit of togetherness quite like S.Pellegrino. S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water has a unique blend of minerals, fine bubbles and subtle nuances. It is one of the most renowned waters globally and a perfect accompaniment to some of the world's finest ingredients. It flows from natural springs in Val Brembana in the San Pellegrino Terme area, at the foothills of the Italian Alps, near Bergamo and evokes the quintessential Italian way of living in every bottle. Since its foundation in 1899 San Pellegrino has been an iconic symbol of Italian style, fine food and fine living. It's there to refresh those precious moments shared with friends and family at home. It stands proudly on tables of some of the world's most famous restaurants, and it does it all with that certain sparkling style and typical Italian elegance. S.Pellegrino spreads a distinct taste of Italy around the world. The San Pellegrino sources have been monitored through geological and hydrological studies, which have analyzed each phase of the water's journey to fully understand its origin and taste. The water outflows from the snow and the rain that infiltrate in the high Dolomite mountains.