Terms and conditions
This website is the property of the company Mestrezat Grands Crus, whose headquarters are located at 109 rue Achard 33300 Bordeaux and which is registered with the Bordeaux business register (RCS) under no. 434115838. Mestrezat Grands Crus capital is € 27,598,950.
Tel : +33 (0) 5 56 36 57 49 - Fax : +33 (0)5 57 57 26 60 - email@example.com.
The following terms and conditions govern access to this website. If you do not agree with the terms, you may leave the website.
The site was designed and hosted by the company Vanksen, whose headquarters are located at 7 rue des mérovingiens, Centre Hermès, L-8070 Bertrange, Luxembourg and which is registered with the Luxembourg business register under no. B 133.787. Vanksen capital is € 79,752. Tel : +352 48 90 90 - firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.vanksen.com/fr.
RISKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Your visit to this website is entirely your own responsibility. Mestrezat Grands Crus cannot guarantee that the website is free of bugs, errors or viruses which may affect your computer. Mestrezat Grands Crus also cannot guarantee that the information on the website will be up-to-date at the time of your visit. Mestrezat Grands Crus accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage which you may sustain in connection with your visit to this site.
INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
Mestrezat Grands Crus is a registered trademark. Mestrezat Grands Crus advises users of this website that all elements presented (photos, designs, logos, all graphic or visual elements etc.) are protected by current legislation governing copyright, designs, models and trademarks. Mestrezat Grands Crus holds all the intellectual and industrial property rights for all these aforementioned website elements. Any reproduction, representation, use, adaptation, translation or marketing, either in full or in part, is prohibited without prior written consent from Mestrezat Grands Crus. However, you are permitted to make paper printouts of whole pages for your own personal use, in a strictly private capacity.
Users are informed that navigating this website may result in a cookie or cookies being installed on their device. A cookie is a small temporary file that does not enable the user to be identified, but records information relating to a navigation device at the request of a website publisher, who then serves as the data controller.
Alongside technical cookies considered to be ‘necessary’ navigation cookies that affect access to the website, ‘optional’ cookies serve to facilitate website navigation, especially for return visits, by saving certain elements relating to the user. These same cookies can be of statistical interest (e.g. via Google Analytics) by providing the website publisher with access to anonymised data in order to measure their website’s audience or visit frequency.
Storing optional cookies on a device requires the user’s prior consent. Once given, consent is valid for a period of 13 months, in line with the storage period for saved cookies which must not exceed 13 months.
Website users can change their cookie preferences at any time or choose to refuse to allow cookies to be stored by clicking on the ‘Customise cookies’ button at the bottom of the page.
For information, users can also prevent non-essential cookies from being stored by changing the settings in their browser, as follows:
- In Internet Explorer: Click on the Tools tab (gear icon top right) / Internet options. Click on Privacy and select Block all cookies. Confirm by clicking OK.
- In Firefox: At the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy & Security menu item. Configure storage rules by clicking on the ‘Custom’ option for tracking protection. Finally, uncheck the relevant box to deactivate cookies.
- In Safari: Click on the menu (gear) icon in the top right of the browser window. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the 'Privacy' section, click Content settings. You can disable cookies under 'Cookies'.
- In Chrome: Click on the menu icon (three dots vertically in a row) in the top right of the browser window. Select 'Settings'. Type 'cookies' into the search bar to configure your preferences.
Mestrezat Grands Crus respects the rights of all those visiting the website.
In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 as amended and the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), you are entitled to access, correct, delete and transfer your data and to refuse the processing of your data, a right that may be exercised by emailing our customer service (stating your full name, address and email) at email@example.com.
The site may include links to other websites or internet sources. As Mestrezat Grands Crus has no control over these websites and external sources, Mestrezat Grands Crus may not be held responsible for the provision of these websites and external sources and accepts no liability for their content, advertisements, products, services or for any other materials available on or from these websites and external sources. Furthermore, Mestrezat Grands Crus accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage, either proven or alleged, occurring as a result of or relating to the use of – or the fact of having trusted – the content, goods or services available on these websites and external sources.
You agree that this website and your dealings with Mestrezat Grands Crus are subject to French law, which is the only applicable law for this website. Any disputes with website users shall be brought before the relevant French courts. Too much alcohol can damage your health. Consume and appreciate in moderation.
Digital Agency: Vanksen
Photos : Mestrezat Grands Crus, TOMA, TWIN, 10-Vins
Videos : Myam Agency
Icons : Madebyoliver from Flaticon