General conditions of sale

Article 1 – Legal Information

SARL Collectif Anonyme, with a capital of 60,000 €, registered with the Trade and Companies Register of Perpignan under the number of siret 828 619 023 00017, identified under the number of VAT number FR017002E2259, whose head office is in Port Vendres 66600, 10 rue Henri Dunant, hereinafter referred to as “Collectif Anonyme” or “The Seller”, publishes a portal for the sale of wine directly from the property to the consumer (hereinafter the “Customers”). The portal is accessible via the Internet at www.phase2.vin (hereinafter the “Site”).

Article 2 – Applications General Conditions of Sale

These conditions apply to the sale of products on the Site www.phase2.vin They are accessible from all pages of the site via the link “www.phase2.vin/” (hereinafter referred to as C.G.V.). The Customer declares having read the C.G.V at the time of validating his order by double clicking on the acceptance box of the general conditions of sale which are directly accessible on the site in accordance with the Community law. Acceptance of these C.G.V. implies the full and unreserved adhesion of the Customer all clauses of these. The Customer further acknowledges that C.G.V. are made available in a manner permitting their preservation and reproduction, in accordance with Article 1369-4 of the Civil Code.

The general conditions of sale are exclusively reserved for a particular clientele to the exclusion of any professional, Collectif Anonyme reserves the right in case of suspicious order notably in volume to refuse the sale of the product.

Article 3- Natural wine: a product apart

 The wines produced by the Seller closely respect the natural vegetative cycle with little intervention during the vinification of grape berries. The wines offered are merchant and loyal within the meaning of the applicable wine regulations.

On the other hand, the buyer recognizes and expressly accepts that the product may contain a gaseous concentration higher than the common law without any alteration of the product, the same applies when opening in the event of a severe aromatic reduction of the product. wine that fades after aeration.

The purchaser of the wines produced by the anonymous collective consequently accepts without reserve the wines delivered except those which present a “taste of cap” or an excessive acescence.

Of course the legal guarantee of hidden defects provided by the Civil Code applies notwithstanding the above reservations.

Article 4 – Price

Prices are quoted in Euros All taxes included (€ VAT included). At the time of the final calculation of the basket, the amount in Euros excluding Taxes (€ HT) and the amount of the VAT are displayed. The shipping costs are the subject of a particular line and take into account the costs of the carrier.

Invoices from the Customer are sent jointly to the package.

Article 5 – Availability

Given the modest nature of the agricultural operation Collectif Anonyme undertakes without delay to inform the customer of any stock-outs and availabilities in progress, and can not be held to honor an order whose wines are no longer available, Committing to offer a wine as close as possible to the one that has been used up.

Article 6 – Conditions of Delivery

SARL Collectif Anonyme undertakes to deliver the Customer within a maximum of thirty (30) days. In case of exceeding this deadline, the Customer may obtain the resolution of his order and obtain a refund of all amounts paid and in accordance with the provisions of Article L138-2 of the Consumer Code.

Article 7 – Payment

The price of the ordered items is payable in full to SARL Collectif Anonyme, from the issuance of the order form on the site.

The payment is made by the Paypal system whose client recognizes the application.

Article 8 – Retention of title clause

By express agreement, Collectif Anonyme reserves the property of the goods supplied until the day of their perfect payment, in accordance with the terms of the law n ° 80 336 of May 1st, 1980, relating to the reservation of property.

Article 9 – Transport and Liability

It is the Customer’s responsibility to carefully check the contents of the package at the time of delivery and make reservations with the carrier during delivery in case of damage or missing. The Customer must clearly indicate the nature of the reservations and may, if necessary, refuse delivery.

The absence of reservations at the time of delivery would prevent any subsequent claim.

In fact the merchandise travels at the risks and perils of the Collective in accordance with the provisions of Article L138-4 of the Consumer Code, delivery accepted without reservation stops the transport and transfers accordingly possession to the customer within the meaning of the Code.