Confidentiality policy


This personal data protection policy (the “Policy”) has been drawn up to inform you of the practices and conditions under which Domaine de Beauregard (SIRET: 48187297600016, EARL – Agricultural business with limited liability located at Beauregard, 24610 Villefranche-de-Lonchat) collects, uses and stores your personal data (the “Data”). You will find the various data that we may collect or that you may transmit to us when you access the website (the “Site”) and the way in which we collect, use, store, protect and disseminate this information. Given the constant evolution of laws and regulations relating to technology and the protection of personal data, it is likely that this Policy may change. You will be informed of any changes when you use the forms on our site by ticking the box to accept this Policy. If any clause of this Policy is declared invalid or contrary to regulations, it will be deemed unwritten, but this will not invalidate the other clauses of this Policy. This Policy applies to Data collected on or from the Site, in particular via the contact form. It does not apply to information collected by any third parties or via sites managed by such third parties, including via applications or content (including advertisements) redirecting the user to the Site. We thank you for reading this Policy so that you clearly understand our practices regarding the processing of your Data and inform you that consultation and/or use of our Site necessarily entails acceptance of this Policy. If you do not agree to this, please do not use our Site. It is your responsibility to ensure that the Data communicated to le domaine de Beauregard is complete, accurate and up to date.

Data collected by

Depending on how you use our Site (contact, recruitment) we may collect the following Data:

  • Data relating to your identity, such as your surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone number and information relating to your application if you wish to apply for a job;
  • Data relating to your identity, such as your e-mail address, surname and first name, when you use our contact form;
  • Data concerning your visits to our Site, including traffic data, log files and other data or communication resources that you use when accessing our Site.

How is the data collected?

The Data collected and the methods of collection depend on the use you make of the Site. We collect data directly from you via our contact and application forms. We collect your Data indirectly by means of cookies/trackers.

Why collect my data?

Your Data may be collected via cookies or tracers, with your consent where required, to improve your user experience by :

  • analysing traffic and data on the Site to measure the number of users, to make the Site easier to use and to ensure its ability to respond quickly to your requests.

Who processes your data?

Your details are processed by Domaine de Beauregard.

In addition to Domaine de Beauregard, your Data may be communicated to our web service provider: VOX (Société SAS VOX, SIRET: 42194341600048, postal address: 1 rue Gambetta 24000 Périgueux).

The latter is bound by contractual obligations to respect the confidentiality of the Data and to use it solely for the purposes for which we transmit it to them.

Your Data may be transferred to any purchaser or other successor in the event of a merger, assignment, restructuring, reorganisation, dissolution or other sale or transfer of some or all of the assets of Domaine de Beauregard due to uncertainty or bankruptcy, liquidation or other processes in which the personal data of users of the Site is one of the assets transferred.

We may also disclose your Personal Information: to comply with any legal mandate, law or legal process, including governmental and regulatory requests; if we believe that disclosure is necessary or appropriate to protect the rights, property or safety of, its users or other stakeholders. This disclosure includes the exchange of information with other companies and organisations for the purposes of protection against fraud and counterfeiting.

Links to external sites

The Site may contain links to various sites and social networking platforms managed on third-party servers by persons or organisations over which Domaine de Beauregard has no control. As a result, we cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for the way in which your Data is stored or used on the servers of these third parties.

We advise you to familiarise yourself with the applicable personal data protection policy of each third-party website that you access via our Site in order to understand how your Data will be used.

How long is your data kept?

Domaine de Beauregard only keeps your Data for as long as is necessary for the purposes set out in the paragraph “Why do we collect my data? This retention period is not the same depending on the Data in question, as the nature and purpose of the collection may vary. Cette durée de conservation n’est pas la même selon les Données en cause, la nature et la finalité de la collecte étant susceptible de faire varier cette durée. Finally, data collected via cookies/trackers will be kept for a maximum of 3 years (for statistical purposes).

How is data protected?

Your Data is stored on secure servers protected by firewalls and antivirus software. This service is provided by the company hosting our website:

Planethoster (Adresse : 4416 Louis B. Mayer, Laval (Québec) H7P 0G1, Canada)

the data on the Site is subject to French law and, by extension, to European law. However, given the inherent characteristics of the Internet, it is impossible for us to guarantee the optimum security of information exchanges on this network. While we endeavour to protect your Data, we cannot guarantee the absolute security of information transmitted to our Site. You agree that you transmit your Data at your own risk. We cannot be held responsible for non-compliance with the confidentiality parameters or security measures in place on our Site. In this respect, you agree that the security of your information is also your responsibility.

What are your rights?

You can choose how the Data you send us is used: You can browse the Site without providing any Data. If this is the case, you will not be able to use certain features of the Site (such as the shopping basket, for example); In accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations on Data protection, in particular the European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of personal data (the “RGPD”) and the law of 6 January 1978 n°78-17 known as “Informatique et Libertés” and its amendments, you have the right to access and rectify your Data. In addition, subject to the conditions laid down by the aforementioned regulation for the exercise of these rights, you benefit from: a right to the deletion of your Data; a right to the limitation of the processing of your Data; a right to object to the processing of your Data for legitimate reasons, in accordance with Article 21 of the RGPD; a right to the portability of the Data you have provided; a right to withdraw consent, where this has been requested. Where the processing of your Data is carried out on the basis of your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time. However, you acknowledge that any processing carried out prior to the revocation of your consent remains perfectly valid. However, in accordance with Article 12.6 of the RGPD, in order to exercise these rights, Domaine de Beauregard, as the data controller, reserves the right to ask you to prove your identity. We would like to inform you that the data used to prove your identity will be deleted once we have responded to your request. You may exercise these rights by sending an e-mail in French to Domaine de Beauregard or to the following address

Domaine de Beauregard
Personal Data Complaints Department
24610 Villefranche-de-Lonchat

We have one month in which to respond to any request relating to the exercise of your rights. This deadline may be extended by two months if the applications are too complex or too numerous. Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), in particular on its website

Will my data be transferred outside the European Union?

Yes, your data will be transferred outside the European Union.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files (usually made up of letters and numbers) stored in the memory of your browser or device when you visit a website or consult a message. They enable a website to recognise the browser or device. Like most websites, uses technologies, mainly small data files saved on your device, which enable us to record certain information when you visit or use our Site. There are several types of cookies: Session cookies: these expire as soon as you close your browser and allow us to link your actions during that particular session, Persistent cookies: these are stored on your device between browsing sessions and allow us to remember your preferences or actions on several sites, Proprietary cookies: these are issued by the site you are visiting, Third-party cookies: these are issued by a third-party site, separate from the site you are visiting. What cookies does the Site use? Our cookies have different functions. They may : Be necessary for the operation of our services, Help us to improve our performance, Offer you additional functionalities. We use cookies or any other similar tracking technology that remains on your device only while your browser is open (session cookies), and cookies or any other similar technology that remains on your device for a longer period (persistent cookies). Analytical cookies may use cookies or tracers enabling it to evaluate the performance of the Site, its applications, services and tools, in particular as part of analytical practices, to help it understand how visitors use the Site, to determine whether you have interacted with its messaging system, to detect whether you have consulted a product or link or to improve the content of its Site, services or tools. Social networking cookies.

How do I manage the placement and reading of cookies?

Certain functionalities of the Site, services, applications and tools are made available to you solely by means of these cookies or tracers. You can block, delete or deactivate these technologies if your browser or device so permits. However, refusal to use these technologies may result in the unavailability of certain Site functions, services, applications or tools. You may also be asked to enter your password more frequently during your browsing session if use of the Site requires the creation of a user account. For more information on blocking, deleting or disabling these technologies, consult the settings on your browser or device. Cookies can be deactivated or deleted using the tools available in most browsers. As each browser offers different functions and options, the preferences for each browser you use will have to be defined separately.

How do I delete cookies?

Here’s how to control or prevent the recording of cookies or tracers:

1/ if you use the Google Chrome™ browser.

Click on the Settings menu icon and then click on “Settings” (at the bottom of the page). Then click on the “Security and confidentiality” button, and in the “Cookies and other site data” box tick the “Block cookies and data from third-party sites” box, then click on “OK” to confirm your choice. You can also click on “Show all cookies and site data”, then search for “Domaine de Beauregard” in the search bar at the top right. You can then choose the cookies you wish to delete or click on “Delete all”.

2/ if you use the Firefox™ browser

Go to the browser’s “Settings” tab, then select the “Privacy and security” menu. Configure the “Cookies and site data” menu by choosing “Manage data…”. By typing the name “Domaine de Beauregard” in the menu search bar, you can choose to delete the selected sites.

3/ if you are using the Safari™ browser

In your browser, select the “Edit” menu, then “Preferences”. Click on “Security”. Click on “Show cookies”. Select the cookies containing the name “Domaine de Beauregard” and click on “Delete” or “Delete All”. Once you have deleted the cookies, click “Finish”.

4/ if you use the Microsoft Edge™ browser

In Microsoft Edge, click on the three small dots (top left), then on “Settings” and click on the “Privacy, search and services” tab. In the “Delete browsing data” section, click on the “Choose items to delete” button and tick “Cookies and other site data”.

5/ if you use the Opera™ browser

Open the “Tools” or “Settings” menu and select “Delete private data”; click on the “Detailed options” tab, then choose the options you want or follow this link: