Privacy Policy

This statement contains information about what personal data is collected when you use our website, (Section 19 of the Personal Data Act), and general information about how we process personal data (Section 18, first paragraph of the Personal Data Act).

Vinhuset AS (“Vinhuset”), by the General Manager, is the controller for the processing of personal data described in this statement. Vinhuset AS has company registration number 994 380 893 VAT, and address Skur 1 Skolten, 5003 Bergen. Phone: 55 30 20 00.

Web analysis/weblog

As of today, we do not use any analysis tools to look at the usage patterns of visitors to our website.

The following cookies are used on this website

Our online store uses the Visma Zpider application, which uses the following three cookies to make the website work:
• ASP.NET_SessionId: Used to identify cart of anonymous users (not applicable to Vinuset's part). This is temporary information that is removed from your device when you close your browser. This cookie has a reference ID to a session file on the web server.and contains non-personal data. The session file is automatically deleted after the user closes the browser or has been inactive, and thus is not stored permanently. Only system administrators have access to these session files.
• zpider.eShop.customer: Remembers the username between each login
• zpider.eShop.LastCulture: Remembers which language you have selected in the store.

Deactivation and deletion of cookies

A cookie is a small data file that is placed in your browser to keep track of what happens during your visit.
You can delete all cookies in your browser after visiting the site. You can also disable the use of cookies in your browser. On the net you can read about how it can be done.

What personal data is collected

The winery sells only to corporate clients. When a customer relationship is established by a business contact by proxy, the business contact's personal information such as name, email, and phone number is recorded.

What is the use of personal data for

The purpose of Vinhuset's processing of personal data is to be able to carry out an agreement on purchase, payment and delivery, for example by being able to communicate about deliveries, discrepancies and operational messages by SMS and email.
If you consent to this, the personal data will also be used for services such as newsletters, cf. section 8 of the Personal Data Act. The consent can be withdrawn at any time and done by sending an email to orders@vinhuset .no.
If you terminate your customer relationship, all information about you beyond the information required by the Bookkeeping Act will be deleted.


Vinhuset may change its consent terms and privacy policy to comply with new legal requirements, and due to changes in our own practices for collecting and processing personal data. In case of changes that require consent, you will be asked to agree to our new terms when you log in to

Case Management and Filing

Different types of information are recorded in our case management system. This is information such as name, email and telephone, as well as other relevant information that appears in the inquiry. Registration, storage and retention takes place in accordance with archival legislation.

Disclosure of personal data, including data processors

Vinhuset discloses personal data to some suppliers and uses several data processors to process personal data according to the purposes described above. Vinhuset has signed extradition agreements and data processing agreements with them in accordance with applicable personal data legislation.

Camera monitoring

The wine house has camera surveillance on some outdoor areas, as well as inside buildings in selected locations. This is the mark. The purpose of the camera surveillance is to detect, clear up and follow up security incidents. The basis of treatment is justified interest. Vinhuset complies with the provisions applicable to camera surveillance in accordance with the regulations on camera surveillance and the General Data Protection Regulation. Footage from camera is deleted after 7 days. The exception is for security incidents that are reported to the Police, in which case the footage can be stored for up to 30 days.

Your rights

In accordance with applicable personal data legislation, you have, among other things, the right to access your own personal data, as well as to demand the rectification or deletion of incomplete or incorrect information about you.
If you have any questions about how we process personal data, you can send us an email to You can also ask questions about privacy to the Danish Data Protection Authority: e-mail:, phone: 22 39 69 00.