San Pellegrino Water 15pk/750ml
The town of San Pellegrino in the mountains north of Milan was first made famous by quenching the thirst of Leonardo da Vinci. Today the Fonte Termale, an opulent marbled drinking hall, is a monument to the tradition of "taking the waters."
S.Pellegrino's sources are three deep springs which emerge at 69.8 degrees F. The waters come from an aquifer 1,300 feet below the surface, where limestone and volcanic rocks impart unique minerals and trace elements.
Widely enjoyed as an accompaniment to meals, S.Pellegrino lives up to its advertising line, "lingering at tables for over 100 years."