Once upon a time there was a man, or rather a young man, from Sigirino, a small village on the slopes of Monte Tamaro, who was known in particular for his great dedication to work and for his belief in those wholesome values that are hard to find in people today. In his daily routine, he often found himself going to the mountains along his land on the slopes of Monte Tamaro. During his usual walks, he noticed a particular and constant dampness on a defined part of the land, even in periods of prolonged drought. Intrigued by this phenomenon, he decided to take a closer look at the area. He thus found a spring, whose water turned out, after several checks, not only to be very good to drink, but also microbiologically pure. The water was subjected to various checks and analyses that revealed its incredible quality. Following such an astonishing discovery, this young man, with great strength and vision, together with his family, had faith in a great project and decided to embark on a new adventure which, in 1986, became reality with the production of the first bottle of water. The water was baptised after the name of St. Clement I, patron of the small church in Verniana (AR), a parish very dear to this young man, and third pope of Rome, who, with his tenacity, strength and charisma, succeeded in moving water and souls. St Clement tells us that each of us can believe in a project, but it must be pursued with tenacity and commitment.