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San Pellegrino mineral water flows from a thermal spring at the foot of a dolomite mountain wall towering above the Brembo river in the Italian Alps. Rich in history, Leonardo da Vinci would visit San Pellegrino in 1509 to try its “miraculous” water. In 1899, bottles of San Pellegrino were shipped abroad and today, over 500 million bottles are sold all over the world. In 1932, a variant of San Pellegrino was introduced, Aranciata. It was a soda that had San Pellegrino as its major ingredient but with a concentrated orange juice added. Today, San Pellegrino also produces carbonated beverages including Limonata, Sanbittèr and Chinò.