Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Personal Data Collected

The domain server for this website records and stores only the information by definition normally recorded by the Server, i.e. the Internet Protocol Address by which you accessed the Internet; the date and duration of your access to this website; the Internet address of the website that brought you directly to this website and, if necessary for the purpose of establishing that the user is of legal age to consume alcoholic beverages, the user’s age. This information will be used to measure the number of visits to the different areas of this website, to determine whether users are of legal age to consume alcoholic beverages and to help us make this website more useful to users.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent to your computer or mobile device when you visit websites. Cookies help websites store and retrieve information about your browsing habits in order to personalise browsing according to your preferences. That’s why, when you scroll through the pages of a site or return to a site you’ve already visited, you don’t normally have to indicate your preferences again.

Certain cookies contain personal information – such as your username and/or access permissions. Most cookies do not collect information that allows users to be identified, and are limited to collecting information of a more general nature such as the origin of users accessing the website, or the user’s non-exact location.


Most of the cookies used by our website are essential cookies, i.e. strictly necessary for the site to function. Examples of these types of cookies are: user input cookies; authentication cookies; multimedia content playback software cookies.

The essential cookies we use are placed to improve the performance of our websites and the experience of our users.

We also use non-essential cookies for marketing and promotional purposes, such as the cookies placed by Google AdWords, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager and Facebook. This type of cookie makes it possible to analyse user behaviour on the website and their interaction with online advertisements. They also allow personalised advertisements to be made to a certain target audience based on interests or needs previously registered in the cookies in question.

We emphasise, however, that cookies used for marketing or promotional purposes do not store personal information that could allow direct identification of users.

How do I manage cookies?

All browsers allow the user to accept, refuse or delete cookies by selecting the browser’s advanced settings. You can configure cookies in the “settings” menu. Please note, however, that disabling cookies may prevent some web services from working properly and may partially or totally affect your browsing on the site.

You can delete all cookies already installed on your computer or mobile device or activate an option available in most browser programmes that prevents their installation. If you do so in relation to the essential cookies we place, your use of the website may be jeopardised because it turns out that the cookies we use are necessary for it to function. If you choose to remove the third-party cookies placed, you may have to manually configure some preferences every time you visit a site and you run the risk of disabling certain services and functionalities. For more information on third-party cookies and how to remove them, please consult the following pages, depending on the browser you use:

  1. Microsoft Internet Explorer
  2. Google Chrome
  3. Mozilla Firefox
  4. Apple Safari

If you have any questions, please contact SafeMAX – Sociedade Unipessoal, Lda. by emailing

SafeMAX – Sociedade Unipessoal, Lda, December 2023