More information about cookies
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to your device when you visit a website. They are returned to the originating website every time you visit it or another website that recognises the cookie. Cookies act as a kind of memory for the website, allowing it to remember your device on future visits. Cookies can also remember your preferences, improve your user experience and personalise the ads you see.
Cookies used on our website
On the Bodegas Pinea del Duero website, we use our own and third-party cookies. Our own cookies are sent to your device from our servers or domain. We sometimes work in partnership with third parties to provide services via our website (third party cookies).
– Depending on how long they remain active on your device, we can classify them as:
Session cookies: These are cookies designed to collect and store data as you browse our website. These cookies are stored on your device until you end your browsing session.
Persistent cookies: These are cookies in which data is kept on your device and can be accessed and processed for a period defined by the cookie owner, which can vary from a few minutes to several years.
– Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained with the cookies is processed, we can distinguish between:
Technical cookies: These cookies are essential and strictly necessary for our website to work properly and in order to use the different options and services we offer.
Personalisation cookies: These cookies allow users to access the service with some features predefined on their device or self-configured. This includes aspects such as language, browser type, content layout, geolocation of the device and the regional settings from which the service is accessed.
Analytics cookies: Our website uses Google Analytics cookies to track and statistically analyse user behaviour. The information collected is strictly for statistical purposes, such as the number of users visiting the website, pages viewed, frequency of visits, duration of visits, browser used, service provider, language, device used and geographical location based on IP address. This information helps us to improve our services.
Cookies used on our website:
PHPSESSID: A technical cookie deleted when the browser is closed. It contains the session identifier.
_lang: A technical cookie deleted when the browser is closed. It contains the session language.
ac_cookies: Technical cookie that expires one year after the last update. It contains the value indicating whether cookie installation has been accepted.
gdpr[allowed_cookies], gdpr[consent_types], gdpr[privacy_bar]: Technical cookies that expire one year after the last update. They store whether the user has accepted cookie use.
_ga: A Google Analytics cookie that expires two years after the last update. It enables the single-visit control function.
_gat: A Google Analytics cookie that expires after 10 minutes. It limits the speed of requests.
_utma: A Google Analytics cookie that expires two years after the last update. It records the date of the first and last time the user visited the website.
_utmb: A Google Analytics cookie that expires 30 minutes after the last update. It records your arrival time on the website.
_utmc: A Google Analytics cookie that is deleted when the browser is closed. It is used for interoperability with the urchin.js tracking code.
_utmt: A Google Analytics cookie that expires at the end of the session. It is used to process the type of request requested by the user.
_utmv: A Google Analytics cookie that expires at the end of the session. It is used to segment demographic data.
_utmz: A Google Analytics cookie that expires 6 months after the last update. It stores the traffic source or a campaign to explain how the user arrived at the website.
How to control and delete cookies
Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but you can change your browser settings to refuse new cookies, disable existing cookies or be notified when a new cookie is sent to your device. Here are instructions on how to change the settings in some popular browsers:
Internet Explorer: Go to “Tools” > “Internet Options” > “Privacy”. Find out more here.
Firefox: Go to “Tools” > “Options” > “Privacy” > “History” > “Custom Settings”. Find out more here.
Chrome: Go to “Settings” > “Show advanced settings” > “Privacy” > “Content settings”. Find out more here.
Safari: Go to “Preferences” > “Privacy”. Find out more here.
Opera: Go to “Settings”. Find out more here.