Bottled Water of the World

FineWaters represents the Fine Water category, educating the consumers and the media and F&B professionals about water not just being water.

The Fine Water Society was founded in 2008 to create a global forum and to further enhance the visibility of Fine Water and convey the idea that water is not just water but a natural product with terroir and unique characteristics.

Bottled water from France

In ancient times France was part of the Celtic territory known as Gaul or Gallia. Its present name is derived from the Latin Francia, meaning "country of the Franks," a Germanic people who conquered the area during the 5th century, at the time of the fall of the Western Roman Empire. It became a separate country in the 9th century.

Today there are more then 200 brands of French Bottled Water:

  Name Balance Minerality Orientation C Virginality Vintage
Extended Information Available Saint-Géron Light High Acidic N 1.000 years
Extended Information Available Ô Muse Still Medium Alkaline A  
  Abatilles       A    
  Aix les Bains       A    
  Alet       A    
  Arcens       A    
  Arvie       A    
  Aurèle       A    
  Auzat       A    
  Badoit       A    
  Biovive       A    
  Café De Rome       A    
  Carola       A    
  Celtic Not Rated     A    
  Chateauneuf       A    
  Chateldon       A    
  Contrex       A    
  Cristal Roc       A    
  Cristaline Not Rated     A    
  Evian       A    
  Faustine       A    
  Ice Rocks Still Medium Hint of Sweet A    
  Julia       A    
  L'Oiselle       A    
  L'eau de Source Alizée       A    
  Label'O       A    
  Metzeral       A    
  Miers Alvignac       A    
  Mont Roucous       A    
  Montagne d'Arrée       A    
  Pampara       A    
  Parot       A    
  Perrier Bold Low Acidic N    
  Puits St Georges Not Rated     A    
  Quezac       A    
  Saint Jean       A    
  Saint Martial       A    
  Soria       A    
  Source Blanche       A    
  Source Louise       A    
  Source Pioule       A    
  St-Georges       A    
  Valoise       A    
  Vals       A    
  Valvert       A    
  Vernet       A    
  Vernière       A    
  Vichy Célestins Not Rated     A    
  Vittel   Medium Neutral A    
  Volvic       A    
  Wattwiller Still High Hint of Sweet N