Personal data


The policy below details the data protection and cookies policy of MHCS- Champagne Ruinart (the “Company”) with regard to personal data provided on the website ( (the “Site”).

The Company respects your concerns regarding the confidentiality of personal information and data provided by you. By providing your personal information and data, you consent to the use, analysis and, where applicable, disclosure of such information under the terms and conditions outlined below.


You are entitled to access, correct and delete your personal data, and to object to the processing of such data. You may exercise this right, at any time, by writing to the following address: Champagne Ruinart - 4, rue des Crayères - 51200 REIMS or by sending an e-mail to:

You are also entitled, if relevant, to change your choices previously expressed via your account or using unsubscribe links contained in our prospecting messages sent by e-mail.


3.1 Purpose of data collection

The Company collects your personal data via the Site only for the following purposes:

- handling of customer relation and prospects;

- commercial segmentation, personalization of our services and communications;

- sending information about the Company and its activities and, with your consent, advertising or business prospecting messages in compliance with your choices about commercial prospection;

- statistics, studies and analysis, marketing, improvement of the Site, products and services of the Company;

- booking of visit;

- set-up of a personal account;

In compliance with your choices about commercial prospection.

Mandatory information must be entered in the information fields marked with an asterisk in the data collection forms. If these fields are not completed, we are unable to address your query or to provide the services requested.


To express your preferences about commercial prospection or to change your previous choices, we invite you to consult the section “RIGHT TO ACCESS, CORRECT AND DELETE DATA AND TO OBJECT TO DATA PROCESSING” above mentioned.


3.2 Retention of data

Data is retained for a period appropriate to the purposes for which it was collected and is, in any event, destroyed at the end of period.


3.3 Data recipients

The Company is the recipient of the data.

The Company may share your personal data with other entities of the Moët Hennessy group either in France and abroad, for customer/prospect relationship management, commercial prospection, studies and statistics in compliance with your choices about commercial prospection. 

Except the cases above mentioned, the company may communicate your personal data to third parties only provided that: 

- you have given your prior consent to such communication to a third party, and/or;

- the Company has to share such information with third parties in order to provide the products or service you have requested, and/or;

- the Company is required by a judicial authority or any other administrative authority to provide it with such information.


3.4 Transfers of your personal information outside the European Union

The Company is an entity of the Moet Hennessy group which operates its businesses worldwide. Your information may thus be sent outside the European Union, to other entities of the Moet Hennessy group or to our service providers, including to countries which do not have data protection laws equivalent to those in force in the European Union (including in the United States and in Asia) for the purposes identified in this policy. Such transfers occur in conditions enabling to ensure the protection and security of your personal data, notably due to implemented contractual guarantees or, as the case may be, for transfers to the United States.


3.5 Data security and privacy

The Company makes every effort to put in place suitable precautions to safeguard the security and privacy of personal data, and to prevent it from being altered, corrupted, destroyed or accessed by unauthorized third parties.

However, the Company does not control each and every risk related to the use of the Internet, and therefore warns the Site users of the potential risks involved in the functioning and use of the Internet.



The Company uses cookies (“Cookies”) or similar files on the Site in order to facilitate your navigation onto the Site.

These Cookies allow a better quality of service of the Site by recording information related to your navigation onto the Site.

These Cookies do not allow us to identify users individually and their duration is strictly limited to the duration of your browser session.

Unless you prefer to disable these Cookies as indicated below, the following Cookies will be placed on your terminal:


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- Drupal generates this cook in order to conserve user preferences.


- Serves to conserve the user's saved country preferences.



- Identifies the user by his or her User ID during the same session in order to avoid giving the same required information (age, country of residence, and eventually a username and password), during the same navigation session.


- Saves the age of the user


- Allows the storage of the user's acceptance to the storage of cookies in order to not have the message appear again for 12 months.

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- Cookie from Google Analytics that serves to collect statistical informations and anonymous navigation on the site (notably the pages viewed, date, time and duration of the visit). 

You can disable Cookies in your web browser. However, this may disable all cookies used by your browser, including those from other websites, which may cause certain settings or information to be altered or lost. Disabling cookies may change your browsing experience on the Site, or may make navigating around the Site more difficult.

You can disable cookies in your web browser as follows:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and above:

1. Go to "Tools", then "Internet Options".

2. Click on the "Privacy" tab.

3. Use the cursor to select the level you require.


Microsoft Internet Explorer 5:

1. Go to "Tools", then "Internet Options".

2. Click on the "Security" tab.

3. Select "Internet", then click on "Custom Level".

4. Under "cookies", select the option you want.


Netscape 6.x and 7.x:

1. Click the "Edit" menu, then "Preferences".

2. Privacy and security.

3. Cookies.



1. Go to "Tools", then "Options".

2. Click on the "Privacy" setting.


Safari 3.x for Mac OS X:

1. Click the "Edit" menu.

2. Click the "Preferences" option.

3. Click the "Security" option.

4. Click "Display cookies".



1. Select Settings.

2. Click Show advanced settings.

3. In the "Privacy" section, click the Content settings button.

4. In the "Cookies" section, you can change the cookies settings.



The Company may make changes to this policy. We will ensure that you are informed of such changes, either via a special message on the Site, or via a customized notice, for example when we send newsletters.



As the access to the Site is governed by Terms & Conditions, the Company does not collect any data or information concerning persons who are under legal alcohol consumption and/or purchasing age in their country of residence.



The Company does not collect any data or information concerning persons who are under legal alcohol consumption and/or purchasing age in their country of residence.