Legal notice

Website Publisher

Company name: Les Vignerons du Brulhois
Legal structure: Agricultural Cooperative
Address: 3458 Avenue du Brulhois 82340 DONZAC France
Telephone: 0033 (0)5 63 39 91 67
Email: info@vigneronsdubrulhois.com

Publication Director

Christian GUERIN, General Director of Les Vignerons du Brulhois

    Web Host

    OVH 
    Head offices: 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix, France
    Tel. +33 (0)8 99 70 17 61
    Website:
    www.ovh.com

    Intellectual property rights

    The contents, texts and visual elements of this website, as well as how the data and information are presented, are protected by copyright law and intellectual property rights.

      Copyright © law – Trademark law – Links

      The structure of the website http://www.vigneronsdubrulhois.com/ as well as its texts, images, sounds and logos are the exclusive property of Les Vignerons du Brulhois, or have been subject to the full or partial transfer of rights or granted publication authorisation by their authors. The full or partial reproduction or representation of any of the website’s content is strictly forbidden. The reproduction and representation rights to all works contained on the website are strictly reserved. Consequently, the full or partial reproduction or representation of the website’s content is strictly forbidden unless prior written consent is obtained from the Publication Director. Any documents available for copying may only be used for information purposes and exclusively for personal use. The company trade names, brands and distinctive signs and logos that appear on the website are protected by copyright law. The full or partial reproduction or representation of any of the aforementioned visual or textual elements is strictly forbidden without prior written consent from the trademark owner.

      Personal data

      For the purposes of this website, Les Vignerons du Brulhois is required to collect certain personal data and information from its visitors including, but not limited to, their first name, second name, email address and telephone number. Such data is used for the purposes of customer loyalty initiatives, website management and statistical analysis. Les Vignerons du Brulhois is responsible for the handling of such data and guarantees its exclusive use.

      Under current legislation, you are entitled to access, rectify and request the removal or deletion of any of your personal data. You are also entitled to refuse or restrict the handling of your personal data.

      Please contact us in writing at the following address, specifying your first name, last name and address, if you wish to exert this right:
      Les Vignerons du Brulhois
      3458 Avenue du Brulhois 82340 DONZAC France
      Telephone: 0033(0)5 63 39 91 67
      Email:
      info@vigneronsdubrulhois.com

      You may also submit a claim to the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority) if you feel that any of your rights have not been upheld (contact details available at www.cnil.fr)

      Please be assured that your personal data is collected fairly and handled and stored in a secure manner. Your personal information will not be made public or available to third parties (with the exception of our technical service providers when carrying out work on our devices, in the event of which they will be bound by the same confidentiality obligations as us).

      Responsibility of the website publisher

      Les Vignerons du Brulhois makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information it provides to its website users at the time of the information being published. Les Vignerons du Brulhois cannot be held responsible for any damages incurred resulting from the user accessing this information. Les Vignerons du Brulhois reserves the right to amend, correct or delete any content held on the website http://www.vigneronsdubrulhois.com/ and cannot be held responsible for the use of such information by website users. Les Vignerons du Brulhois cannot be held liable for any damages incurred from the content of any of the websites linked by hypertext to its own website. It is the user’s responsibility to take all necessary measures to protect their devices, data and software, in particular from computer viruses that may be circulating on the network. Les Vignerons du Brulhois cannot be held responsible for any damages caused by a virus when connecting to its website. Les Vignerons du Brulhois declines all responsibility for any difficulties encountered when accessing its website or as a result of communication failures.

      Cookie policy

      When you connect to our website for the first time, cookies will be installed on your device. These cookies may be installed by us or by our service providers who act in our name and the information collected will be used exclusively by us and for our own interests. These cookies enable us to optimise the browsing experience and ensure the proper functioning of our services, to carry out research and compile statistics with regards to browsing frequency or to handle requests sent via the online form. You can set your device to inform you each time a cookie is transferred to it. You can also choose to deactivate all cookies. These choices must be made in your browser setting preferences. If you choose to deactivate cookies then you will not be able to access several features that serve the purpose of improving the browsing experience for the user and certain services will not function properly. Under current legislation, cookies cannot be stored for any longer than 13 months.
      Your acceptance of the information banner or your continued browsing of the website implies your full acceptance of our cookie policy.
      Please note that deleting cookies will impede the proper functioning of our websites.

      Moderate alcohol consumption advice

      You are reminded that alcohol can be dangerous for your health and must be consumed in moderation.

      The sale of alcohol is forbidden to those below the legal age (under court order n°59-107 of 7 January 1959 and law n°74-631 of 5 July 1974). All persons placing orders with Les Vignerons du Brulhois thereby confirm that they are of the legal age to purchase and consume alcohol in their country of residence at the time of placing the order. By entering the Les Vignerons du Brulhois website you are confirming that you are of the legal age and within your rights to do so.

      Credits

      Les Vignerons du Brulhois
      3458 Avenue du Brulhois 82340 DONZAC France
      Telephone: 0033(0)5 63 39 91 67
      Email: info@vigneronsdubrulhois.com

      Photo credits
      Vignerons du Brulhois
      Jérôme MOREL
      Camille CHRETIEN for Food Locale
      Pexels
      Chevanon Photography
      Pixabay – Rita E

      Design, creation and execution

      AXIDEAL
      axideal.fr

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