Cookies are electronic placeholders that are placed on your computer by websites to track your individual movements on that website over time. Cookies used by Coravin are session-based and therefore last only for the duration of the user’s session. Cookies are used by the Coravin website to keep track of user sessions to balance the usage of this website on all Coravin web servers. They are not tied to a specific identity — no identifiable personal information about you is stored by them.
If you do not want a cookie placed on your computer as a result of using a Coravin website, you can disable cookies altogether by modifying the preferences section of your web browser. Note that, if you do so, some aspects of Coravin websites may be unavailable to you. If you choose to accept cookies on your hard drive, but wish to be informed of their appearance, you may turn on a warning prompt by modifying the cookie-warning section also located in the preferences section of your web browser. For additional privacy protection, you may also use your web browser’s “do not track” (DNT) settings, which Coravin will adhere to.
Depending on your cookie consent selection of settings upon first visiting the website, Coravin uses persistent cookies. This type of cookie remains on your hard drive and provides information about the session you are in and waits for the next time you use that site again. This provides useful information to Coravin, enabling it to recognize repeat users, facilitate the user’s access to and use of the site, and allow a site to track usage behavior, which lets Coravin make content improvements. Such cookies are used only for this purpose, and they are not used to identify users or to track their usage of other sites.
Depending on your cookie consent selection of settings upon first visiting the Coravin website, tracking cookies, third-party cookies and other technologies such as web beacons may be used to process additional information, enable noncore functionalities on the Coravin website and enable referenced third-party functions (such as a social media “share” link).