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CDGP Chapel Down Group plc

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Chapel Down Group plc AQSE:CDGP Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share GB0032706284
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Chapel Down Group plc produces and markets a range of still and sparkling wines made from English grapes.

Whilst most are white wines, the proportion of red and sparkling wines has been increasing steadily.

The Company operates a production site, vineyard and retail outlet at Tenterden in Kent.

Most of the Group's grapes are purchased from specialist producers across the South-East of England.

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Posted at 03/10/2023 10:40 by wiganpunter
I should add re the NAV comment from last weeks investor deck " the board continues to believe that the market value of the tangible assets is considerably higher than this UK GAAP reported value . " they reported them at £33m for H1 inc £15.5m of stock . they have 2.5m of bottling capacity / acreage is growing too over 1000 acres and the new Tenterden plant will be able to do 5-6m bottles . average selling price is £11 today .
Posted at 03/10/2023 09:48 by wiganpunter
hi everyone. CDGP has had a decent pullback post numbers which I think is based off small retail on acquis trying to get in front of what they think is a fundraiser as it moves to AIM. few reasons this I think is a great opportunity .
they confirmed they are on track to double the business to £28m net sales by 2028.
the nav is I think 30-0% understated on acquis. with 7-8 years stock , vines , land etc a fair value would be closer to 40-50p.
hambledon whicb is 1/5th of the size and loses money just got taken over at £23m quid which would put can implied ev of £100m on cdgp versus £65m today.
the management team is world class and aren't here to run a small firm - they have huge plans
key shareholders make the real float actually closer to 40% - any fund raise whilst moving to aim im not sure would even be open to existing retail . Michael Spencer is the largest shareholder and I suspect would fund this himself - note the funding is to add capacity.
the French / larger drinks brands are seeing English sparkling wine as a secular growth area given climate change is badly impacting the French growers - even taittinger recently bought a small area of Kent vines to try and hedge their production .
export deals are being done now there is capacity with duty free partnerships etc
balance sheet is net cash here
they have 80% of the entire English sparkling wine category growth in H1
Margin is excellent at 55%
so I think in the next few weeks you will see a move to AIM alongside a £15-20m raise underwritten by their key owners to fund the expansion . what you then get is a drinks brand that is a category leader with climate pushing its growth with a great brand , high existing market share and capacity growth that will be driven by a management team that has a track record of building small brands and selling them to bigger platforms . there is no reason at all this isn't worth double today based off recent transactions and won't 3-5x over the next 5 years. it check all the boxes.
Posted at 02/5/2023 11:25 by dicktrade
Great plug for Chapel Down on Good Morning Britain just now. Nicely in time for peeps to buy for the Coronation celebrations, CDGP media team doing a great job IMHO
Posted at 19/4/2023 07:44 by faz
The FD is buying again- now holds 2m shares. Nice round figure for when the share hits £1!
Posted at 27/3/2023 15:25 by rimau1
Looking forward to results on wednesday. Chapel Down remains in deep value territory IMO, i think if the property/plant/land assets were revalued at market price we would find the marketcap to be 100% backed by net assets plus cash with a fast growing on trend business thrown in for free.
Posted at 01/12/2022 11:40 by verulamium
Ordered my Christmas fizz this morning and the share price was up 8% within minutes. Remarkably responsive.
Posted at 25/11/2022 18:38 by castleford tiger
£184k of cash to double his holding.

Posted at 17/10/2022 06:27 by bigbigdave

Harvest update

Chapel Down, England's leading and largest winemaker, is pleased to provide an update on its 2022 harvest.

Favourable growing conditions have enabled the delivery of both an exceptional grape quality and yield. Across its 750 acres already under vine, the Company has delivered a record tonnage of its key sparkling wine grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, as part of a total harvest of over 2,000 tonnes. This compares favourably with last year's, weather affected, harvest of ~1,400 tonnes. This year's harvest is expected to enable the production of approximately 2 million bottles of high-quality sparkling and still wines.

Chapel Down's harvest started at the end of August and has provided an excellent yield, as a result of a long, warm summer coupled with the outstanding terroir of Chapel Down's vineyards and world class viticulture team. The Company's recent investment to extend the winery at Tenterden in Kent will enable the Company to efficiently process the harvest, underpinning greater volumes of sparkling and still wines in 2023 as well as increased stocks of traditional method sparkling wines from 2025.

Chapel Down continues to expand its capacity, to capitalise on the growing English Sparkling wine market, which grew by 29% in 20211. The Company has planted 38 additional acres of vines this year, and expects to plant a further 118 acres in the near-term, meaning the Company will exceed 900 acres by the summer of 2023. The Company continues to look at investments to drive capacity to support its longer-term growth ambitions and, amongst other initiatives, is in active discussions to source new, high quality land for further vineyard plantings.

Andrew Carter, Chief Executive at Chapel Down Group, said: "This exceptional harvest has been achieved thanks to the skill and dedication of our talented team. English wine is enjoying rapid growth as producers like Chapel Down benefit from optimal conditions and sustained investment. Our strong performance in the first half of the year and the bumper harvest we have announced today leave Chapel Down well on track to meet our target to double the size of the business by 2026."

Josh Donaghay-Spire, Chief Winemaker & Operations Director, said: "Early indications were that this harvest would be a strong one and it has not disappointed either on yield or quality. We expect the earlier harvest to result in a riper style of wine akin to that found in the successful 2018 or 2020 vintages, and we are excited to learn what we can achieve with this year's crop.

"Over the last fifty years we have found our feet as a wine region, with England consistently producing world-class wine that wins trophies at international competitions and receives acclaim across the globe. There is now huge potential to build upon the great assets of our climate and exceptional geology and discover how truly great English Wine can be. We are optimistic that this harvest could be the best yet."
Posted at 11/10/2022 08:28 by robsy2

I am not recommending it as such but I am looking at it.

as at 11.10.22
Briefly: new senior management team , seem good and are experienced, got rid of beer and cider businesses, focus is on sparkling wine , company 20 years old now and #1 in the UK , UK wine is seen as cool, most people surveyed prefer their wines to Champagne, 750 acres now , rising to 900 acres by 2024, new winery in Kent at the planning approval stage. good shareholder perks , 33% discount on wines, Net asset value of the company is around 20p a share , the share price is just over 23p now , so tremendous asset backing because the land , vines buildings are all valued at historic cost. So the business is free! share price very low at present .plans to double the business over the next 5 years and without the need for external financing, , no problems getting the harvest in , indications are that the 2022 harvest is good for volume and quality, new processing capacity is there to deal with 2500 tonnes of grapes , enough to double the business and more . 2022 trading in line with expectations, with good sales growth and good margins and the expansion is do-able with no need for additional finance.
This is a company worth keeping an eye on.
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