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Purpose
This document is the “Policy” of the www.vinopoggioamorelli.it site and is aimed at those who interact with web services of the site accessible by internet starting from the address above. In this statement, pursuant to art. 13 of Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003 “personal data protection code,” describing the website's administrative procedures concerning the processing of personal data of users who consult it; this treatment is carried out according to rules of fairness and relevance and without excess. This policy is valid only within this website and does not include any sites connected through external links.

Collecting personal information
Our company collects information about its customers solely through the registration form and the contact form that the customer fills out spontaneously and explicitly. This information is necessary to carry out the orders.

Collecting personal information
The personal information we collect is primarily used to perform the purchase orders. In addition, the communications we make to individual customers may contain proposals that are defined by our employees who deal with package deals and manage the catalog.

Sharing personal data with third parties
The personal information we collect is primarily used to perform the purchase orders. No one on the outside can know the data, behavior, preferences and other personal information.

Protection of personal information
The most sensitive information is stored in dedicated systems, which are specifically protected and insulated from the outside, only accessible by authorized employees.

Access to personal data from customers
It is possible to order the complete cancellation of your personal data from our lists; this, however, does not prevent the customer from making new orders on providing the data again.

Owner of data processing
The “owner” of the processing of any personal data collected as a result of the consultation of the site is the Poggio Amorelli estate in Loc. Poggio Amorelli Castellina in Chianti (SI). e-mail: info@vinopoggioamorelli.it.

 

Use of Cookies on this site

Why we use cookies
Our website uses cookies, as do almost all websites, to offer users the best browsing experience possible. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or phone while navigating websites

Our cookies help us:
To perform our work as you would expect
To improve the site speed/security

We do not use cookies to:
Collect all personally identifiable information (without your express consent)
Collect all sensitive information (without express consent)
Send Pass data to ad networks
Divulge personally identifiable information to third parties
Pay sales commissions

Below you can find more information about the cookies that we use:

Allow the use of cookies
In most browsers (the software you are using to view the site) cookies are enabled. If you want to remove or disable cookies from our site, you will find the information here that you need to change the settings. However, this can result in less efficient site operation.

Learn more about our Cookies
Cookies are necessary for the operation of our site

We use cookies for our web site in particular:
To manage our shopping cart and orders
There is no other way to prevent placement of cookies, except by not using our site.

Third party cookies
Google maps: Google Maps provides interactive maps that allow editorial operators to include customizable maps on their own web pages. Our site uses Google Maps to provide detailed information about the location of our company as a result, Google can install a cookie named “NID” (for six months) and a cookie called “PREF” (for two years). To access the Google combined privacy policy, which includes information about cookies that Google Maps can install on your device, click here.

Disable cookies
Usually you can disable cookies by changing the settings on your browser (learn how here.) However, disabling cookies may limit the functionality of many websites, since the use of cookies is a standard practice for most sites worldwide.

If you are concerned about “spyware,” it is good to know that rather than disable cookies, you can enable anti-spyware software that automatically deletes all cookies considered invasive. More information about cookie management with anti-spyware software.

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