Privacy Notice

The submission of any form of communication or notice implies acceptance of the processing of personal data on the part of Villa di Montruglio Srl in accordance with the provisions of Legislative Decree 196/2003.

In accordance with Legislative Decree 196/03 the data provided will be subject to manual and/or computerised processing and use by Villa di Montruglio Srl for the sole purpose of offering information on the activities and initiatives of Villa di Montruglio Srl and Azienda Agricola Montruglio Sas and to carry out activities relating to supplier-company-customer relations.

You may at any time consult, modify, update or request deletion of your personal data (no charges applied), deny consent to their use and exercise all rights provided for under Art. 7 of legislative Decree 196/03 by contacting the data controller, using the contact method provided.

The data-controller is the firm Villa di Montruglio Srl (Ital. fiscal code and VAT reg. number: 04330341217) with registered offices at Via Cervantes 55/27 – 80133 Naples (NA), Italy and residence for taxation purposes at Via Montruglio, 9 – 36024 Mossano (VI), Italy – Tel. 0444.886838 – E-mail:


Browser cookies:
Cookies are pieces of information which the website inserts into your Internet browser when you visit a page. This may involve the transmission of information between the website and your device, and between the latter and other sites that operate on our behalf or privately in compliance with the provisions in the respective Privacy Policy. We may use cookies to assemble the information we collect concerning you. You may choose to receive a notice each time a cookie is sent or disable all cookies by modifying your browser settings. However, if cookies are disabled some of our services may not function properly and you will not be able to access various functions designed to optimise the navigation of our website. For further information on managing or disabling browser cookies, see the last section of this cookie policy.

We use various types of cookies with different functions. To learn more about cookies and their general use, you may want to acquire further information online by visiting websites such as

Flash Cookies:
Our promoters and external service providers may use ‘local shared objects’ (LSOs), commonly referred to as ‘Flash cookies’, to collect and store information. Flash cookies differ from browser cookies in terms of volume, type and mode of data storage. The cookie management tools available in your browser can not remove Flash cookies. To learn how to disable Flash cookies, see the last section of this document which provides information on cookie functions.

However, if cookies are disabled some of our services may not function properly and you will not be able to access various functions designed to optimise the navigation of our website.

What types of cookies may be used?

The cookies that may be used in our website fall into the four categories below. This information will help you determine how you want to interact with our websites and other online services.

  1. Cookies that are strictly necessary (technical cookies)

These cookies are essential for browsing the website and using various features. Without the ‘strictly necessary’ cookies, the online services you have requested, such as the virtual shopping cart or the issuing of invoices when a purchase has been validated, can not be provided.

You do not need to provide your consent for the strictly necessary cookies as they are essential to assuring the services you require.

  1. Performance cookies

Cookies may be inserted in your navigation device for performance purposes by us or by service providers operating on our behalf. Information collected through performance cookies is used exclusively by us or in our interest.

Performance cookies collect anonymous information about how users access the website and its various features. For example, our performance cookies collect information about the web pages you visit most often and our advertisements that appear on other websites you interact with, besides verifying whether you open and read the information we send you and if you receive any error messages. The collected information can be used to customise your online experience by displaying specific content. Performance cookies are also used to limit the number of views of the same advertising material. Our performance cookies do not collect personal information.

A link to our Cookie Policy is available at the bottom of each page in this website. By continuing to use this website and its features, you authorise us (and external advertisers in this website) to insert performance cookies in your navigation device.

To delete or manage performance cookies, see the last section of this cookie policy.

  1. Functional cookies

Cookies may be inserted in your navigation device for functional purposes by us or by service providers operating on our behalf. We do not share information collected through functional cookies with our advertisers or third parties.

These cookies are used to store the choices you make (language preference, country or other online settings) and to provide customised or optimised features selected by the user. Functional cookies may be used to offer you online services or to avoid offering you services you have refused in the past.

In some cases, we may authorise advertisers or third parties to provide you with content and other online experiences through this website. In this case, the third party in question may insert its functional cookies in your device and use them, in the same way that we do, in order to provide you with personalised functions and optimise your user experience. By selecting personalised options and settings or optimised functions, you authorise us (and any third-parties) to make use of the functional cookies required to offer you these experiences.

If functional cookies are deleted, preferences or selected settings will not be saved for future visits.

  1. Promotional or targeting cookies

Targeted advertising managed by third parties

Targeted advertising cookies managed by third parties may be stored in the user’s device by third-party advertisers, advertising networks, data exchange services, marketing analysts and other service providers.

Targeted advertising cookies managed by third parties collect information about the navigating habits of users and their visits to various websites and online services in order to display relevant inserts in the websites and online services pertaining to our own and third-party activities. Advertising networks may share this information with advertisers, using their network. Information collected through targeted advertising cookies managed by third parties does not personally identify the user.

Targeted promotion

Our targeted promotional cookies are placed in your navigation device by us (or by service providers acting on our behalf).

We may use these cookies in our websites and in relation to our content and advertisements displayed in online third-party websites and services in order to confirm your interaction with our content or promotional activities and to show you advertisements concerning products we believe may interest you. Targeted promotional cookies collect anonymous information.

The organisation that manages the cookies (our own company or third parties) is required to request and obtain the user’s consent. When you see this icon in our own or third-party advertising announcements, you can click on the image and see other targeted promotion data, including information on how to manage control options through your browser settings.

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Registered Visitors

We reserve the right to analyse the online activities of visitors registered in our websites and online services through the use of cookies and other types of traceability technology. If you have chosen to receive communications from us, we can use cookies and other traceability methods to personalise future notices according to your interests.

In addition, we reserve the right to use cookies or other traceability methods in the communications you receive from us (for example, to know whether they have been read or opened or to identify which content you have interacted with and which links you have opened) so as to ensure that future communications are in line with your particular interests.

If you no longer wish to receive targeted notices, you can click on the unsubscribe link found in our communications or access your account to revoke your consent to receive marketing material. If you no longer wish to receive customised advertising communications based on your online activities in this and in other websites, follow the instructions above (for targeted advertising announcements).

Enabling/disabling cookies via the browser

There are several ways to manage cookies and other traceability technologies. By modifying your browser settings, you can accept or reject cookies or decide to receive a warning message before accepting a cookie from the websites that you visit. We would like to remind you that by disabling cookies completely in your browser you may not be able to use all of our interactive features.

If you use various computers at different locations, make sure that each browser is set up to suit your preferences.

You can delete all the cookies installed in your cookie folder in your browser. Each browser has different procedures for managing the settings. Click on one of the links below to obtain specific instructions.

Microsoft Windows Explorer
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari

If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select ‘cookies’ in the ‘Help’ section to find out where your cookie folder is located.
Deleting ‘Flash cookies’

Click on the link below to change your Flash cookie settings.

Disable Flash Cookies