The Chateau Isolette online store falls under French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property. All reproduction rights are reserved, including downloadable documents and phonographic and photographic content. The reproduction of any part of this website on any medium whatsoever is prohibited without prior authorization.


The user should be aware that, in accordance with article 32 of the data processing, data files and individual liberties law from the 6th of January 1978, the information which he or she enters into the forms present on the website of Château Isolette is necessary to respond to his request and will be used by the services in charge of responding to the request for the purpose of monitoring the request.

In accordance with articles 39 and 40 of the law "Informatique et Libertés" from 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, the user has the right to access, rectify, update and delete information which concern him, which he can exercise by contacting, or by mail to 2746 Route de Bonnieux, 84400 Apt - specifying the subject as “Droit des personnes” and attaching a copy of his proof of identity. The user has also the right to give instructions on the fate of the data after his or her death. In accordance with article 38 of the law "Informatique et Libertés" from the 6th of January 1978, amended in 2004, the user can also oppose to his data being processed and to it being used for commercial purposes. The user should be aware that during his visits to the website, a cookie may be automatically installed on his browser software. The information collected by this website will be kept for a maximum period of 5 years.

Cookies are a blocks of data which do not allow users to be identified but are used to record information relating to the user’s activity on the website. It is possible to refuse the installation of cookies instructions for which are given at the following address: The website uses cookies that collect data about the age of the user and the purchase and connection type data.

The user of the Château Isolette website is required to comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act from the 6th of January 1978, the violation of which is a punishable offense. In particular, taking into consideration the information to which he or she has access, he must refrain from any collection and misuse of data, and in general, act in such a way as to avoid any damage to the privacy or reputation of persons.



Château Isolette is a company established in France and, as such, falls under French legislation on the protection of personal information (1998: 204) which applies the European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. Our head office is located at: "2746 Route de Bonnieux, 84400 Apt".

Do not hesitate to ask or voice concerns about data protection at the following address:

In this confidentiality charter, we explain what types of personal data is likely to be processed and for what purpose. We also explain the choices you have concerning the issue and how you can learn more about the processing and your rights.



Please note that this privacy policy concerns the processing of personal data for which SAS Château Isolette is the administrator, which means it only concerns cases in which SAS Château Isolette has decided on the purposes and means of the data processing.

This privacy policy does not concern any processing of personal data resulting from the use of services that SAS Château Isolette carries out as a subcontractor. For more information on how our services are used to facilitate the processing of personal data, aw well as on the responsibilities and commitments of SAS Château Isolette in relation to these, please consult the applicable conditions.



Personal data is data that identifies the user as a natural person. We may need to process the following types of personal data:

  • - The user’s contact details including the user’s name, email address and phone number
  • - Information gathered when the user logs into our service or visits our website. This information may include the IP number, the type of device and browser used, the time zone and the geographic location. It may also include information on how the user interacts with our services, such as features used and buttons clicked
  • - Other information that we receive through the user’s activity



We process the user’s personal data for the following purposes:

  • - To provide our services in accordance with the applicable conditions
  • - To manage the business relationship between the user as a natural person and the user of the Château Isolette site that the natural person represents
  • - To develop and improve our services
  • - To provide information to current or potential users of the Château Isolette website about our services provided by selected third parties.

Any marketing material sent using the user’s personal data is sent to the user as the current or potential user of Château Isolette and not to the user as an individual.



It is our obligation to process personal data with legitimate purposes. It is the user’s right to control how that data is used.

To update the personal data that we process concerning you, please contact us at To receive a free extract of the personal data that we process concerning you, send us a signed letter to the address of Château Isolette.


Subscribing to the newsletter allows you to receive information about Château Isolette and more generally on GDPR compliance.

You can unsubscribe from the list at any time (an unsubscribe link is indicated at the bottom of each email). The legal basis for this processing is consent (article 6.1.a of the GDPR).

Personal data processing:

The user’s email address is required to send out the newsletter. Since Château Isolette is available in English and French, at the time of registration the language of the user’s browser is registered in order to send the message in French or in English. This data is deleted when the user unsubscribes.

Access to data:

Throughout the processing, the user’s personal data is under protection. In addition to the security measures implemented to protect data theft, we ensure that only authorized personnel has access to the user’s data (in this case our internal staff responsable for the newsletter, as well as authorized technical staff of the subcontractor who work on the technical infrastructure of the mailing list).

Your rights over this data:

The user, throughout the processing, has the right to access, rectify, erase, limit the scope of processing or oppose to the processing of his or her personal data as well as the right right to data portability. The user has the right to file a complaint with a data protection authority. Providing his or her personal data gives the user the right to be informed about developments at SAS Château Isolette and is entirely optional. It does not influence the conclusion of any contract. No profiling or automated decision-making system is used.

Data retention time:

It is up to the user to decide how much time he or she wishes to spend on the subscription list. We send out a confirmation email immediately after the user registers. If the user no longer wishes to be notified, a click on the "unsubscribe" button at the bottom of any email is sufficient.
The entity responsable for the personal data:, edited by SAS Château Isolette.


Château Isolette is a vineyard located in the Rhône valley, with 35 hectares of vines in the heart of the Luberon National Park.

Our wines are made using traditional winemaking methods, supervised by winemakers who have been linked to the Estate for many years. Our manufacturing processes, perfected over the years and combining tradition and modernity, have forged the authentic and artisanal character of our wines.

With Château Isolette you will be able to taste the quintessence of the know-how of our House and the Provençal terroir, this elegant marriage between strength and freshness which allows us to obtain harmonious and balanced wines.

Perhaps this is the start of a beautiful friendship ...