Château Malromé

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Site owner
SCEA Vignobles Malromé
Château Malromé
33490 Saint André du Bois
00 33 (0)
Capital : 300 000 euros
R.C.S. de Bordeaux 795 142 934

51-55 avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris, France
Web :

Hosting and technical maintenance:
375, avenue de Tivoli 33110 LE BOUSCAT
Tel. : 05 57 19 65 00
Fax. : 05 57 19 65 01

Photos: Alexandra Utzmann, DC&BV, 123RF
Texts: DC&BV

Legal drinking age:
To use this site, you must be of legal drinking age in your country of residence. If this is not the case, you should exit the site. For those of drinking age, keep in mind that our products should be consumed in moderation.

Restricted territories:
In some countries, it is not permitted to visit a site like ours due to local laws restricting the sale and/or the promotion of alcoholic beverages. If you are accessing this site from a country where such restrictions apply, you should exit immediately. If you are not familiar with the legislation in your country in this regard, we suggest that you logout and find out before continuing.

Château Malromé does its best to ensure that the information found on the site is accurate and precise. Nonetheless, none of the information provided is contractual. Château Malromé cannot guarantee that the materials on its website are accurate, precise or exhaustive.
Consequently Château Malromé excludes all responsibility:
• for any lack of precision, lack of accuracy or omission related to the information available on the website;
• for any direct or indirect damage resulting from your use of this site; the inability to use this site; and/or from the credit given to information derived directly or indirectly from the site.
Château Malromé reserves the right to change or correct the content of its website at any time without warning.
Château Malromé is not responsible for any damage resulting from the use of information from this site and/or the use of a product to which any such information refers. It is the user's responsibility to verify any information obtained on this site and the use thereof.

All material on this site is protected by French and international copyright laws.
Access to our website gives you a non-exclusive right to it for personal use.
All rights are reserved to materials on this site, including text, photographs, graphics, logos, and trademarks. Consequently, partial or integral representation or reproduction, without prior consent from the copyright owners, is illegal.

Château Malromé is committed to respecting privacy and to protecting your personal data.
What information do we collect and how do we use it?
You always have control of the information you provide to Château Malromé. The only data we collect on our visitors is aggregated statistical information (such as the number of visitors to our websites, the pages viewed, etc.)
Otherwise, our site remains accessible without users being required to disclose their identity or provide personal information.
The purpose of the general data collected is to provide users with useful products and services that meet their needs and requests.

What are cookies?
Cookies are pieces of data sent by the website, in this case Château Malromé, to the user's hard disk, which are used to identify and track users when they connect to the website.
Château Malromé may use cookies for collecting information about your visit to the site. This allows us to know what parts of the site interest you, so that we can provide you with information adapted to your needs and centers of interest. Because cookies memorize past visits, you need not communicate the same information each time you access the website.
Most browsers are automatically set to accept cookies, but you have the option of setting your browser to reject them or to warn you when a cookie is sent. To change your browser settings, go to Preferences.

How can you change your information on the site?
The purpose of this warning is to protect your privacy, so please inform us of any comments or wishes you may have.
The data we collect is strictly reserved for internal Château Malromé use. It will never in any case be transferred to a third party.
In accordance with article 40 of act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties, you have the right check, rectify, update or delete personal data relating to you by writing to:

SCEA Vignobles Malromé
Château Malromé
33490 Saint André du Bois, France
Date of Posting : September 2014