Blog - Your sparkling water
Treviso radicchio: a very special and protected type of Italian produce
Italian food is often protected by trademarks which guarantee its origin or manufacturing process.
Grapefruit has a fresh, perfect pairing: S.Pellegrino sparkling water
Grapefruit merits its scientific name: Citrus Paradisi, which means “fruit of paradise”.
Fantastic ingredient for foodies: the artichoke, a flower in your plate
The artichoke is one of the most characteristic and representative vegetables of Italian cuisine, even according to great chefs like Niko Romito.
S.Pellegrino bottled water: your everyday icon.
The alternative to the glass bottle for those who want their S.Pellegrino sparkling mineral water touch of style with them at all times.
Italian cuisine includes coffee after every meal
Whether it's after a multi-course lunch or a sandwich during a work break, traditional Italian cuisine includes the ritual of drinking an espresso after a meal.