A Water Of Art And Culture
Acqua Panna is proud of a long history. Legend says that its estate dates as far back as the Renaissance period, to the days of the famed de Medici family of Florence. The de Medici’s were known for their sumptuous banquets and their love for fine wine and food and, the lore has it, this way these Renaissance gourmet secured themselves a constant supply of fresh mineral water for daily use in court and for their memorable banquets as well.
The still water of fine dining
Not all waters are alike. Each mineral water features a unique composition, an exclusive mix of minerals that makes its taste pleasing to the palate. Acqua Panna is light as a feather to the taste, pleasantly soft and velvety on the palate.
Acqua Panna shows a perfect balance in all its components, acquired from the uniqueness of its homeland, while the sensations induced linger in the nose and mouth for an appreciable period of time. Such light-bodied water should be paired with soft suave wine with moderate alcohol and food that is lighter in flavour and subtle in aromas. Its peculiarities firmly place it in the world of haute cuisine as a symbol of fine dining and gourmet quality.
Together with the sparkling water San Pellegrino, the still Acqua Panna, with its velvety and exceedingly smooth taste, brings Italian-style refinement to the best international tables. That’s why they are known as “the fine dining waters”. Let’s discover the Acqua Panna taste by the words of Andreas Larsson, Best Sommelier of the World.