1- 1- Publisher
The www.chateau-latour.com Site is published by Château Latour, a “Société Civile” (non-trading company) subject to French law whose head office is located at Lieu-dit Saint-Lambert, 33 250 Pauillac - France.
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour is registered on the Trade and Companies Register of Paris under number 781 953 880 00015, with share capital of €6,200,000 euros.
Telephone: +33 (0)5 56 73 19 80
2- 2- Purpose of the Site
The www.chateau-latour.com Site is an institutional website solely intended to present the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour.
The purpose of the Site is therefore not to practise electronic commerce.
3- 3- Access to the Site
In principle, you can navigate on our Site without having to disclose personal information such as your name or your address, phone number or email address. However, Château Latour maintains this Site for use by persons lawfully permitted to consume or purchase alcoholic beverages, accessing the Site from countries where the consumption or purchase of alcoholic beverages is legal.
III. III. PERSONAL DATA
1- 1- Data Protection
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour collects personal data, notably in the Site’s "Contact us" section, and/or through other questionnaires. In accordance with current regulations, this processing of personal data by Château Latour from its Internet site has been the subject of the formalities required by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) and required by French law.
No personal data is collected or distributed without your knowledge on Château Latour’s site. In accordance with law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data protection, amended by law no. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour collects data in a fair and lawful manner. The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour undertakes to preserve the confidentiality and security of personal data provided by visitors to our Site.
- Data controller
The data controller is the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour.
- Purpose of the data processing
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour will not send unsolicited mail. Email addresses collected via the Friends of Château Latour page for the Artémis Domaines and Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour newsletter mailing list, are only used to send the information for which the person has expressly subscribed. It is possible to unsubscribe at any time on the Château Latour Site or by writing to email@example.com.
The providing of personal data also enables us to reply to messages sent by visitors to our Site via the “Contact us” page or through other questionnaires.
Optional or compulsory nature of information provided:
The presence of an asterisk next to item on the personal data form indicates that a response is compulsory.
- Recipient of the data
The personal data collected will be used by the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour’s marketing and communication department to process requests and questions posted on the site via the "contact us” page and/or through other questionnaires.
- Right of access, rectification, deletion and objection
In accordance with articles 38 and following of law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data protection, any person may oppose the publication of information concerning them, be informed of such information and, if necessary, demand its rectification or deletion by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing a letter the company’s head office: SCV Château Latour, Lieu-dit Saint-Lambert, 33 250 Pauillac, France.
- Transfer of personal data
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour will not transfer, share or communicate personal data collected on the Site to any third party whatsoever.
The freedom of access to personal data contained in the Site does not imply the freedom to use this data. In accordance with the provisions of the above-mentioned Data Protection Act, any person wishing to collect and reuse information distributed on this Site must comply with their obligations as the data controller, in particular those relating to the carrying out of the prior formalities with the CNIL and the respect for the rights of the persons concerned.
- Retention of personal data
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour undertakes only to use information relating to the personal data during the time necessary for the achievement of the above-mentioned purposes.
2- 2- Cookies
The Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour is likely to use “cookies” installed on the computers of visitors to its Site. In general, a cookie file stores information about how visitors navigate on the site (pages, date and time of consultation, etc.), that the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour can then access during subsequent visits made using the same computer. These cookies do not allow us to identify visitors.
Furthermore, these cookies are intended to allow the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour to collect information about visits to its Site and to establish statistics relating to use of the Site.
Visitors can prevent the installation of cookies by changing their browser settings.
However, some features of the Société Civile du Vignoble de Château Latour’s Site will not function if the visitor refuses the installation of cookies.