The mineral springs of Saint Géront in the Auvergne region of France has a long history going back to the Gallo-Roman time.
The water emerges at the spring after a 1000 years journey through the rock formation as a natural sparkling. To collect the water from a rock fault, a 240ft long ditch has been created in the 19th century.
The water , once called "the Queen of table waters", has long been recommended as an aid in the treatment of anemia, digestive problems, diabetes and even gout.
Its elegant glass bottle was created by painter and designer Alberto Bali.