Los Angeles 2015

This was the 4th Summit after Barcelona, Vidago and Shanghai and the Summit in Los Angeles saw the roll-out of The Fine Water Society as well as a significant segmentation of the premium category creating the Fine Water designation and the first Fine Water Achievement Award handed to Joachim Splichal of the Patina Restaurant group.

This was the 4th Summit after Barcelona, Vidago and Shanghai and the Summit in Los Angeles saw the roll-out of The Fine Water Society as well as a significant segmentation of the premium category creating the Fine Water designation and the first Fine Water Achievement Award handed to Joachim Splichal of the Patina Restaurant group.

 The Fine Water Society Achievement Award 2015

In Greek mythology, the Naiads were a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water but distinct from river gods. Naiads were associated with fresh water similar to the Oceanids association with saltwater.

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