The naturally sparkling water from the dolomites.

Fonte Regina is a spring dating back to 1902 and known for its organoleptic properties that classify it as acidic water, with a high content of easily absorbed minerals, such as calcium and iron.

This naturally sparkling water, that rises from over a thousand meters underground, was discovered by a group of researchers and pharmacists. For years, it was used exclusively by the pharmaceutical industry and has been recognized as a therapeutic water.

Savour it in a transparent glass, preferably with no ice at 15/18°C.


Chemical and physical analyses

Water characteristics

Sodium Na+ 308 mg/L
Potassium K+ 11 mg/L
Magnesium Mg++ 102 mg/L
Calcium Ca++ 168 mg/L
Nitrates NO3- < 1,0 mg/L
Bicarbonates HCO3– 1904 mg/L
Chlorides CI- 10,9 mg/L
Sulphates SO4 – – 96 mg/L
Fluorides F- 0,24 mg/L
Silica SiO2 35 mg/L
Nitrites NO2- < 0,002 mg/L
Ammonium ions NH4+ < 0,01 mg/L
Other characteristics

Water characteristics

Temperature at the source 12,3 °C
pH at the source 6,08
Specific electrical conductivity at 20°C 2224 µS/cm
Dry residue at 180°C 1680 mg/L
Carbon dioxide 3167 mg/L

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