We inform you that since May 25, 2018, the European data protection regulation will be mandatory: Regulation (EU) 2016/679 General of Data Protection (RGPD). For this reason, in VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA S.A. we have updated and adapted our Privacy Policy with the firm purpose of continuing to comply with our obligations derived from the different regulations for which our activity is regulated.

For greater ease of understanding, we remind you that your personal data will be treated:

1. Responsible for the file:

CIF: A13007240.
Calle I s / n – 13,200 Manzanares (C. Real) – Spain
Phone: +34 926 647 800.
Email: nacional@vinicoladecastilla.com

2. Purpose of the supplied data:

In VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA S.A. we use your personal data for the following purposes:

Provide services related to the development, maintenance and support of the contracted services.
Administrative and accounting management of your status as a customer, billing, collections, payments, etc.
Respond to your requests for information, budgets, communications, offers, news, questions or comments about our activity.

3. Treated data:

VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA, S.A. will only deal with the data strictly necessary for the correct management of the contractual relationship and / or provision of the services, and will be exclusively those that you have given us.

4. Legal basis for the processing of your data:

In VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA S.A. we treat your data in compliance with an exclusively commercial relationship (purchase-sale or rendering of services) and for the management of all matters related to said relationship.

5. Data preservation:

VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA, S.A. will keep the personal data that you provide, while a contractual / mercantile relationship exists, or during the years necessary to comply with legal obligations, specifically, at least 5 years from the last mantained business relationship. However, VINÍCOLA DE CASTILLA S.A. will keep your information for the sending of commercial communications that we consider to be of your interest, as long as the deletion is not requested by the interested party.

6. Data communication:

In general, we will not transfer your personal data to third parties, except legal obligations in force.

7. Exercise of Rights

As for the rights provided for in the European Data Protection Regulation (RGPD), you can exercise the following rights:

Right to request access to your personal data contained in our files.
Right to request the correction of inaccurate data.
Right to request the deletion, will be subject to the limits established in the regulatory norm.
Right to request the limitation of the treatment in the cases established by the RGPD, in which case, we will only keep them for the exercise or defense of claims.
Right to oppose the processing of data.
Right to data portability.

We inform you that you have the right to withdraw, at any time, the granted consent  for a specific purpose without affecting the legality of the treatment, based on the prior consent to its withdrawal.

To exercise your rights, send a request in writing to the address provided at the beginning of this document or email rrhh@vinicoladecastilla.com indicating the right you want to exercise and providing a copy on both sides of your ID, passport or other equivalent document proof of their identity and, where appropriate, of the person representing them. Also, if you understand that your rights have not been adequately addressed, we inform you that the current legislation contemplates your right to submit a claim to a supervisory authority.