1. What is Acqua Panna® Natural Spring Water?
Acqua Panna is a premium still natural spring water that flows through the sun-drenched hills of Tuscany. Each drop of Acqua Panna is naturally filtered by the earth and perfected by time on a 14 year journey to the spring, giving it a special mineral balance for the smoothest taste.
2. What is “spring water”?
The FDA defines spring water as “water derived from an underground formation from which water flows naturally to the surface of the earth.” The FDA sets stringent national standards for what qualifies as “spring water” – standards that Acqua Panna consistently meets or exceeds.
View the FDA requirements in the Code of Federal Regulations here
3. What is the source of Acqua Panna spring water?
The source of Acqua Panna is in Mugello, in the region of Tuscany, Italy.
4. What is the history behind Acqua Panna?
Acqua Panna takes its name from the Villa Panna Estate in Tuscany, a summer estate that was owned by the noble Medici family of Florence. The Medici family were of the most renowned art patrons in history. Their court included some of the most celebrated artists & visionaries including Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Galileo, and Botticelli. The iconic fleur-des-lis symbol was their crest. The Medici family acquired over 3,000 acres of land in Scarperia, Tuscany in order to turn it into an untouched hunting reserve. They officially limited its borders with an act, dating back to 1564. That decree still exists and guards the land where Acqua Panna flows.
5. How does Acqua Panna taste?
Acqua Panna is described as the smoothest tasting water. It has been recognized by chefs and sommeliers around the world. The unique flavor profile of Acqua Panna comes from its 14-year journey through the aquifer beneath the sun-drenched hills of Tuscany as it develops its mineral composition which creates the smoothest tasting water.
6. What is the pH of Acqua Panna?
At the time of bottling, Acqua Panna is naturally alkaline with a a pH of 8.0 or higher. For more information, view our water quality report.
7. What is Acqua Panna?
Acqua Panna is a premium, still, Italian natural spring water from Tuscany
8. Is Acqua Panna water safe?
Yes, Acqua Panna meets stringent FDA standards of quality requirements for spring water. Our water quality reports are publically available and the results are updated annually. For more information, view our water quality report.
9. Does Acqua Panna have fluoride?
At the time of bottling, Acqua Panna does not have detectable levels of fluoride, as documented on our Water Quality Report.
10. Is Acqua Panna alkaline?
Yes, Acqua Panna is naturally alkaline with a pH of 8.0 or higher at the time of bottling.
11. Is Acqua Panna mineral water?
No, Acqua Panna is a spring water as defined by the FDA.
12. Is Acqua Panna spring water?
Yes, Acqua Panna is spring water as defined by the FDA.
13. Where can I find the Acqua Panna water quality report?
The water quality report can be found on our corporate website.
14. Is Acqua Panna from Italy?
Yes, Acqua Panna is naturally filtered through the sun-drenched hills of Tuscany
1. Are your BOTTLES BPA free?
Yes, our plastic and glass bottles are BPA free.
2. Are your products recyclable?
Yes, we only use 100% recyclable materials for our packaging and we encourage consumers to actively recycle to preserve the planet for future generations.
3. Does Acqua Panna come in glass bottles?
Yes, Acqua Panna is available in 100% recyclable PET bottles and glass bottles.
1. What is the best way to serve Acqua Panna?
We suggest to drink it between 53°F/12°C and 64°F/18°C, and drinking it without ice-cubes or lemon.
2. What would be a good food or wine pairing for Acqua Panna?
According to expert sommeliers, Acqua Panna® Natural Mineral water is best paired with a 'light' wine, and all foods that are considered ‘delicate’. Acqua Panna perfectly accompanies and complements these tastes and enhances them on your taste buds. Usually Acqua Panna is paired with white or even bubbly wines, but of course everything is a matter of personal taste.