The website www.chateau-daugay.com/ is owned by the company Château Daugay. The site in its entirety is covered by French and international laws concerning author’s rights and intellectual property. It is strictly forbidden to represent, use or reproduce the form or any content of the site www.chateau-daugay.com/ without prior written consent from the company Château Daugay. Any such consent would in any case include the obligation to clearly and legibly display a reference to the address of the website: www.chateau-daugay.com/. Any hyperlink to this site must respect the same principles. The use without consent from the company Château Daugay of any image, text or graphics will lead to prosecution.
The information posted on this website is designed to portray the company Château Daugay. The accuracy of this data is periodically checked and regularly updated. Errors or omissions beyond the control of the company Château Daugay may however occur on the web pages that make up the site. The company Vignoble Tinon will in no circumstances be held liable for any direct or indirect loss (especially any financial or business loss or any loss resulting from damage to programmes or data) that may result from the use of its website or the data or information displayed on the site. The company Château Daugay also declines all liability with regard to any damage that may result from the use of hyperlinks on its website or from the viewing of any websites to which these hyperlinks connect. It is specifically pointed out that the company Château Daugay has no control nor responsibility over the content of these websites. Each web user is therefore responsible for taking all the necessary precautions to make sure that the websites (s)he selects does not contain viruses or other destructive software.
This website, which contains information about its partners and refers to them by name, has been declared to the French National Commission of IT and Individual Liberties (CNIL). The information collected on our contact and newsletter request forms serve only to inform and answer the questions of the users of our website. No personal information is transferred to third parties. In application of the French Law concerning “IT and individual liberties”, dated 6 January 1978, Internet users are entitled to access information concerning them in order to rectify it if necessary. If you would like to exercise this right in order to receive the information we have about you or remove it (you may for legitimate reasons oppose the processing of any information about you), please contact us at the following address:
Lieu dit Daugay
33330 St Emilion
Telephone : +33 (0)5 57 24 78 12
Fax : +33 (0)5 57 24 68 56
Users of our website are informed that during their visits of this site, a cookie may automatically be copied to their web browser software. A cookie is a set of data that does not enable the user to be identified, but serves to record information about how (s)he visits the site. In general, this cookie contains an identification number or a code that enables us to recognise you when you return to our site. By putting these systems in place, we can recover simply statistical data that enables us to improve our site and to meet your needs better. The data concerned is definitely not passed on to third parties. We remind you that your browser has functions that enable you to block the copying of cookies, to be advised before accepting cookies and to erase them.
For further details on cookies as well as the various legal requirements described above, we recommend that you visit the website of the French National Commission of IT and Individual Liberties (CNIL) at http://www.cnil.fr/
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