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This Personal Data Protection Policy is intended for users of the website, i.e. any person who accesses and browses this site, as well as all natural persons exchanging personal data with Europa Grand Cru.


Who collects my data ?

The person responsible for processing the personal data of users collected via the Site is the Company:

Company name Europa Grand Cru
Share capital € 100,000
Company form Limited liability company
SIREN 520753583
Registered adress



Legal representative Arnaud D’ARMAND DE CHATEAUVIEUX
Contact +33 5 56 06 15 00



By browsing the site, you agree that cookies as described below may be placed on your terminal in accordance with this Personal Data Protection Policy.


What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a small text file placed on the hard drive of your device when you visit a website. It records certain information about your browsing or your online behavior that allows us to improve and facilitate your experience as an Internet user.


What are cookies used for ?

The site uses cookies to differentiate Internet users in order to improve their navigation and the services offered to them. In practice, cookies thus make it possible to authenticate and identify you, they can also record your preferences or measure the different uses of the site.


What cookies are present on the site ?

Europa Grand Cru favors transparency in the processing of your personal data. For this reason and for your information to be as clear as possible, you will find below various cookies used on the Site and their purpose. 

There are mainly two types: third-party cookies and cookies used by Europa Grand Cru.


Third party cookies

By visiting the site, it is possible that partner companies may place cookies on your device. These cookies are used by advertising providers on the site. The cookies contained within the advertisements themselves are intended to provide information and statistics on the relevance of their distribution (number of users clicking on the advertisement, number of times it is displayed, etc.). In your browser settings, you can disable these third-party cookies, we explain how below.


Cookies used by Europa Grand Cru

When you arrived on the site, you were informed (see display banner) of the presence of tracking cookies intended in particular to produce visit statistics and of the possibility of opposing them by accessing this document. 

As indicated above, by choosing to block our cookies, we would like to inform you that navigation on the site and/or the use of certain functionalities could be slightly affected.


Install these cookies : It’s your choice

On your computers, smartphones and other Internet access terminals, the browser software accepts the cookies present on the websites by default.

However, you remain in control of the installation of these cookies because you have the option of configuring your browser software to:

  • Accept or refuse cookies on the Site;

  • Systematically refuse all cookies;

  • Ask for your consent on each of the cookies you encounter while browsing the Internet.

To do this, you just need to refer to your browser software and follow their instructions. For exemple :

  • With Internet Explorer™: Tools menu ► Internet Options ► Confidentiality tab ► Choose the desired level

  • With Firefox™: Tools menu ► Options ► Privacy tab ► Choose the desired options

  • With Chrome™: configuration menu (settings logo) ► Settings ► Advanced settings ► Content settings ► Choose the desired options

  • With Opera™: Tools menu ► Preferences ► Advanced tab ► Cookies section ► Manage cookies ► Choose the desired options

The duration of the conversation

In any case, the cookies stored in your terminal or any other element used to identify you for statistical or audience purposes will have a reasonable lifespan for the purpose of the processing envisaged within the limit of thirteen (13) months. maximum, this duration not being extended automatically during your new visits to the Site.

Beyond that, the raw traffic data associated with an identifier is either deleted or anonymized.


Other types of personal data

When you visit our Site, you are not obliged to provide Personal Data about yourself. However, to access certain features of our websites, for example for downloading white papers, we may need to process Personal Data about you. This processing is done on the basis of your consent.

If you do not communicate this Personal Data, you will not be able to benefit from the corresponding services offered by our websites, such as the downloading of documents or recruitment.

On this occasion we remind you that the rights attached to the laws and regulations organizing the protection of personal data are strictly personal rights, by communicating Personal Data to Europa Grand Cru you undertake to communicate information only about yourself.

The information collected on this site through our contact forms:

  • Are intended for Europa Grand Cru, data controller;
  • To process your request for information and for commercial prospecting purposes;
  • This information will be kept until you request deletion, or up to 3 years from your last interaction with us.


Your rights over your personal data

In accordance with the amended Data Protection Act of 1978 and the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679), you have a right of access, portability, rectification, opposition, limitation or deletion of data concerning you. To learn more about your rights, see the rules.

You can exercise these rights by sending an email or letter accompanied by a copy of a valid identity document and bearing a signature to or to: Data Protection Officer – Europa Grand Cru – 10 Cours Marc Nouaux, 33,000 Bordeaux.


The processing carried out through our Website is based on your consent, you can withdraw it at any time by following the procedure described in the previous paragraph. This withdrawal will only have effect for the future and cannot call into question the legality of the processing of personal data already carried out.


In the event of a violation of your rights, you can lodge a complaint with the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés), or the supervisory authority of your country of residence.


Concept and realization

Pierre-Louis Basset – Communications and Marketing Officer at Innlog


Photo credits

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