Vidago Water Analysis:
Balance Effervescent
Virginality Superior
Minerality Very High
Orientation Acidic
Hardness Very Hard
Vintage 200 Years
Carbonation Natural
   
TDS 2,853 mg/l
ph factor  
Hardness  
Nitrate 0.2 mg/l
Calcium 82 mg/l
Magnesium 15 mg/l
Sodium 619 mg/l
Potassium 47 mg/l
Silica 00 mg/l
Bicarbonate 1,995 mg/l
Sulfate 3.3 mg/l
Chloride 32 mg/l

Vidago is a Member of the Fine Water Society

Source: Spring
Location:  
Country of Origin: Portugal
Region: Chaves
Place: Vidago
Established: 1873
Company: Unicer - Bebidas de Portugal
Status: Active
Web Site: www.unicer.pt
phone: +351 229 052 100
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In addition to wine, northern Portugal holds some important sources of natural carbonated waters. The town of Vidago was once one of the most visited Portuguese spas and the water from Vidago has been bottled since 1873.
 
The source of Vidago is on the grounds of the Vidago Palace Hotel and can be visited and the natural carbonated water can be sampled at the source. A deep aquifer with water about 200 years old reaches close to the earth crust and the interaction creates the very rare naturally carbonated waters. When tasting a the source one notices the iron content of the water which holds some health benefits. For bottling the iron is removed in a gentle and natural way and the result is a high mineral content water with small soft bubbles and significant level of bicarbonates.
 
Vidago has been re-launched in 2010. The new upscale glass bottle for Vidago puts the water on the epicurean table and lets people enjoy the water away from the spa.