The Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux (Bordeaux Wine Council – “CIVB") is an organizing body created by the Law of 18 August 1948 amended by Decree 2016-915 of 4 July 2016. Among its activities, the CIVB manages the Ecole du Vin de Bordeaux (“EVB" – Bordeaux Wine School).
In order to promote the EVB and the diversity of Bordeaux wines, the CIVB operates a website available at the URL www.ecoleduvindebordeaux.com (the “Site"), for (i) booking training programs taught by EVB partners, (ii) organizing training programs taught by accredited professionals and (iii) purchasing products related to the EVB and Bordeaux wines.
The purpose of this document is to inform users about the processing of personal data performed by the CIVB in the context of these activities.
We treat the protection of the personal data we process with the utmost importance and care.
This section aims to define the terms that are used the most in our personal data policy.
Where terms covered by the rules on personal data are concerned, they must be understood in relation to the meaning outlined by the Regulations. For example, personal data date should be understood as any information relating to an identified or identifiable person.
If you would like to know more about specific personal data vocabulary, please refer to the glossary created by the CNIL, available at the following address: https://www.cnil.fr/en/english-french-glossary-data-protection.
You can also view the GDPR regulation at the following URL: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679.
The CIVB is responsible for all personal data processed on the Site.
If you have any questions concerning your personal data, please contact the CIVB data protection officer at the following email address: email@example.com .
We will make every effort to provide a prompt reply.
Most of the personal data collected by the CIVB is collected while using the Site. For example, Members need to fill in their identity data in order to create an Account and Tutors are required to fill in information about their professional experience.
We may also collect “cookies" and other tracking data. For more information about cookies, please refer to our cookie management policy available at the following URL: www.bordeaux.com/gb/Bordeaux-Cookie-Policy
With this in mind, the CIVB collects, directly or indirectly, the following personal data.
3.1 For Members
3.2 For Tutors
The table below details the various ways in which the CIVB processes user data, their purpose, and their legal basis as well as the specific categories of data for each type of processing.
The purpose of data is determined by the CIVB. This is the specific purpose for which we process the data in question.
Nevertheless, the legal bases are listed exhaustively in the GDPR (in Article 6) and the legal basis on which each of these processing operations is based is detailed below.
The CIVB uses some of your personal data to send you personalized requests, in particular by email, post and on social media or third-party websites.
In compliance with the rules relating to prospecting provided for by Directive 200/58/EC of 12 July 2002 and Article L.34-5 of the French Code on electronic publications and communications, your explicit consent to be electronically prospected by the CIVB is obtained upon the creation of your Account to: (i) receive offers by the CIVB by email and (ii) receive offers by CIVB partners to whom your contact details will be sent.
In principle, the CIVB will not send you personalized messages if you do not specifically agree to this.
However, we may send you personalized messages without your consent applying the previous two rules in the following two cases: (i) if you place an Order on the Site and the direct marketing concerns products similar to those that we sent to you and (ii) if you are a professional and the direct marketing is in keeping with your profession.
In this case, we may send you a personalized message advertising similar products and services, which may include, for example, promotional offers related to the EVB.
Some of your personal data may be sent to third parties or CIVB subcontractors.
6.1 Third parties
Third parties are all persons outside the CIVB who may receive a copy of your personal data and who act on their own behalf.
This includes, in particular, the CIVB’s commercial partners who may receive a copy of your personal data if you have expressly agreed to this when you created your Account by ticking the relevant box on the Site.
The CIVB also works with various subcontractors as stipulated in the regulations, including:
Your data may be sent to Third Party companies although this information will only be communicated for the purpose of using IT tools or services supplied by third party services providers.
Within this context, the CIVB has implemented organizational and contractual measures to ensure that third parties who have access to your personal data respect the applicable regulations regarding the protection of personal data. For example, we have entered into a personal data subcontracting agreement with all of our tutors.
We process Users’ personal data throughout the duration of their agreement with the CIVB.
We continue to process Members’ personal data as long as their Account remains active and they continue to place Orders. We will continue to process our Tutors’ data as long as their service contract and general terms and conditions of use agreed upon are in force.
A Conservation of Personal Data Policy will only come into effect following the end of our agreement.
Our agreement may be ended in the following circumstances:
Following the end of our agreement, we will continue to store your personal data for a period of 5 years.
The CIVB shall implement the appropriate technical and organizational measures to guarantee the rights and liberties of Users, in particular by protecting personal data against non-authorized access, destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed.
The CIVB has installed a robust security system to ensure maximum security of data collected and detect data breaches. This includes the physical security of buildings housing our systems, the security of IT systems to prevent external access to your data, and holding secure copies of your data.
When employing subcontractors, the CIVB shall ensure that they respect data protection regulations.
9.1 Your rights
In accordance with the applicable regulations, you are protected by a certain number of rights regarding your personal data, which mainly include:
9.2 Exercising your rights
The exercise of your rights is not unlimited (we have the right to not respond to requests that are clearly unfounded or excessive) and each right must respond to the conditions imposed by the applicable regulations.
Some of these conditions apply to most of your rights and you will be required to respect them for all requests. With this in mind, we would like to inform you of the following:
In addition to these general rules, the exercise of each of your rights may be restricted or limited due to certain conditions specific to that right.
For example, the right to erasure stipulated in article 17 of the GDPR (also called the “right to be forgotten") can only be exercised in certain, well-defined situations, in contrast, for example, to the right of access, which has a broader scope (but which also requires certain conditions to be filled).
In any event, these conditions, which are specific to each right, will be examined on a case-by-case basis and we will do our utmost to provide you with the clearest answer possible.
The CIVB’s data protection officer is in charge of respecting the regulations and rules described in this general data protection policy.
They are responsible, in particular, for preparing a record of the processing activities on personal data carried out at the company and ensuring that they comply with the regulations and any eventual changes.
They work on team awareness of the applicable regulations and respond to Users wishing to exercise their rights concerning their personal data collected by the CIVB.