History of Acqua Panna

Acqua Panna is a premium bottled water brand owned by Nestlé Waters, a division of the multinational food and beverage company Nestlé. The history of Acqua Panna dates back centuries to the Renaissance era in Italy, where the water was first discovered for its exceptional purity and taste. The source of Acqua Panna is located in the picturesque region of Tuscany, near the town of Scarperia e San Piero. The water originates from natural springs deep within the Apennine Mountains, where it undergoes a natural filtration process through layers of rock, resulting in its unique mineral composition and crisp, clean taste.

In the late 19th century, the Acqua Panna brand gained prominence when the Marquis of Sfondrati began bottling and distributing the water commercially. Over the years, Acqua Panna became renowned for its association with luxury and fine dining, becoming a favorite among connoisseurs and chefs around the world. In 1994, Nestlé acquired the brand, further expanding its distribution globally and cementing its position as a leading premium bottled water. Today, Acqua Panna is celebrated for its commitment to sustainability, with Nestlé implementing various initiatives to protect the pristine environment surrounding the water source and ensure the long-term availability of this esteemed natural resource.