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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
European W. LSE:EWG London Ordinary Share GG00BKY4K072 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.50 16.50 18.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 10.0 -5.9 -0.1 - 27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/3/2007
07:34
English Wines Group 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. During the past year the group has continued to focus on building the still wine brand - "Curious Grape" - to stand alongside its sparkling wine brand - "Chapel Down". The group has exclusive contracts with a retail outlet and a public house which specialize in selling the Group's wines. The Group supplies English wines tomost of the major supermarkets and multiple chains and prestigious on-trade accounts. English Wines owns 125 acres of land which is already producing award winning grapes, while another 125 acres have been acquired but will not be in production until 2008. The latest interim numbers were in line with expectations and showed a loss for the six months of 253,290 pounds on total sales of 985,860 pounds, an increase of 36% on the comparable period. The company was able boost the sales line through a combination of volume increases and increased selling prices. By 2008 the sales line should be close to or even exceeding 5 million pounds and with post tax profits of around 1.5 million pounds. Should these figures be met, earnings per share will be 3p and so with the stock price standing at 13p, clearly this company's shares are not expensive. ....from Growth Equities & Company Research
piedro
29/10/2006
20:21
Electric, Agreed with regard to T1ps,but really this is a N.Wray play,he did very well with Dominoes,the concept could be good here too. Anyone ever drink their wine, What's it like? Can it compete with the competition?
traderabc
29/10/2006
20:20
Click here for prices
tonyx
29/10/2006
20:14
The weather has been very odd this year,it will be intresting to see how this has effected EW. The good news is that there have not been any serious hailstorms. Piedro,thanks for at least trying. Anyone out there able to put in a link that could help me find an end of day price on this one? Thanks abc
traderabc
10/10/2006
10:38
Has anyone any idea how this years crop has been? - I think they begin picking early October. Lets hope the grapes are big and beautiful!!
blowitall
29/9/2006
08:27
traderabc, I have put in a small chart but it is not very helpful.
piedro
28/9/2006
21:31
t1ps??? avoid imho.
electric sheep
28/9/2006
21:29
Piedro, I got this, hope you are right,Any chance you could put in a chart,Finding it hard to find the quotes for it. Cheers abc
traderabc
28/9/2006
20:39
I have started this new thread as I seemed to be the only contributer on the other. This is a t1ps recomended 'long term buy', the idea being that the additional acres of vines planted will give huge economies of scale when they come online in 2008.
piedro
28/9/2006
20:31
Started a new thread http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=12771545
piedro
28/9/2006
20:21
English Wines Group plc (EWG) Friday 9 May, 2008 The Plus Markets quoted makers of England's leading wine brand, Chapel Down, announced its first profits last week and starts planting Kent's biggest vineyard on a "perfect" site on Monday 12th May 2008 on Bluebell Hill near Aylesford. "There is real optimism surrounding the future of English wines and Chapel Down in particular" said CEO Frazer Thompson. "We share an almost identical geology and temperature to the Champagne region of France, and we have one of the World's best markets for premium sparkling wines on our doorstep in London. The new vineyard should be able to yield sufficient Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes in 2010 to enable us to have fizz in time for the Olympics" * Chapel Down is English Wines brand and is England's leading producer of premium wines and you can find it on the menus at top London restaurants such as Gordon Ramsay, Gary Rhodes and many others as well as Waitrose, Sainsbury, Nicolas, Thresher and very shortly in Marks and Spencer. Its shares are traded on Plus Markets which it joined in 2003 (OFEX). Symbol ; EWG Website: http://www.englishwinesgroup.com/Default.aspx Articles and Interviews: May 16, 2008 English Wines Group Intends To Compete Head On With The Grand Crus Of Champagne And Chablis, But Not Quite Yet By Charles Wyatt http://www.agriprods.com/index.php?id=newsitem&no_cache=1&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=45739&tx_ttnews[backPid]=761&cHash=6eb8bac2f8 October 15, 2008 Frazer Thompson from English Wines : http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=zGUgo-M5OhQ
piedro
06/4/2006
19:48
Final Results out today. (I tried to edit the above Interim Results but they seem to have become more tipsy!!!!) http://www.ofex.com/story.shtml?ISIN=GB0032706284&NewsID=22610
piedro
23/9/2005
18:39
18p today. I read a report somewhere that with the climate changes, it will soon be too hot for champaigne grapes in France......
piedro
22/9/2005
19:16
Sorry, those accounts seem a bit tipsy, but share price risen from 15p to 17p.
piedro
19/9/2005
17:56
English Wines Group plc - Interim Results SUMMARY Loss of GBP232,259 compared with loss of GBP203,452 in the comparative period Gross profit up 60% at GBP219,996 Marketing, systems and personnel cost increases to support future growth. Average selling price up 13% Continue to achieve new listings Substantial increase in acreage being planted by existing and new suppliers INTERIM STATEMENT I am pleased to announce the results for the half year ended 30th June 2005. The Group made a pre-tax loss of GBP232,259 for the six months compared with a loss of GBP203,452 in the same period in the previous year. Overall Turnover has gone up by over 22% due to a 13% increase in average selling price, increased contract wine sales and the impact of beer sales in 2005. Cost of sales are up 11% due to the impact of the low harvests in 2002 and 2003. Administration and marketing expenses are up 33% due to increased marketing expenditure associated with the Chapel Down re-branding, the opening of the refurbished Chapel Down Shop and higher staff costs. Progress with our insurers continues to be satisfactory, with negotiation of Business Interruption claims continuing. We have taken no credit for this in these results. Looking forward, sales continue to be satisfactory and we expect our financial performance to show a significant improvement over the same period last year. This years harvest will be sourced from 180 acres, and our existing and new suppliers have recently added a further 125 acres of new vineyards which will become productive in 2008. Discussions are continuing with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of vines still further, and your Board remains confident that we will be able to increase both volume and profit substantially in the medium term. REVIEW OF OPERATIONS We continue to make good progress with our key targets:- - Pricing has moved forward resulting in a 13% increase in average price - Volumes are in line with expectations - Beer sales have been encouraging with significant potential for growth - Overheads continue to be well controlled - Our winemaker, Owen Elias, won UK Winemaker of the Year 2005 - Press coverage continues to stimulate demand ahead of our ability to supply - Increases in the sourcing of grapes have been encouraging Paul Brett Chairman ENGLISH WINES GROUP PLC ACCOUNTS 30.06.05 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT ------------------------------------- | Unaudited ...... |Unaudited...... | Audited | | 6 mths ........ | 6 mths ........ | 15 Mths | | 30.06.05 ...... |30.06.04........ | 31.12.04 | GBP ...... GBP ...... GBP ------------------------------------- Turnover................................. 724,317 ........593,624 ..........1,884,016 Cost of Sales.........................(504,321) ......(455,709) ........(1,879,486) ...................................................... ------------------------------------- Gross Profit ...........................219,996 ........137,915..................4,530 Administration and Marketing (427,928).... ..(320,913) ...........(914,775) ...................................................... ------------------------------------- Operating Profit/(Loss).......... (207,932).......(182,998)............(910,245) Interest...................................(24,327)........(20,454)..............(56,421) ...................................................... ------------------------------------- Profit/(Loss) for period.............(232,259)......(203,452)............(966,666) .......................................................------------------------------------- No Tax liability arises in any of the periods The directors of the issuer accept responsibility for the contents of this announcement.
piedro
04/9/2005
11:37
yf23_l, If she's rich,....... ............. .......... it's got to be expensive.
piedro
25/8/2005
19:33
Stuff I was talking about is in fact Nyetimber , but around £20 a bottle. It is good ..... point I was making is that an agressive approach and costs reduced using Eastern European labour ( thats what's used here in Cornwall for the daffodil picking season ), it might work.p.s also I would lobby the gov. for a reduced tax on local wine.
marwalker
25/8/2005
19:24
Why would you pay 12-20 quid when you can get excellent wines from s america for 5-10 ?
yf23_1
25/8/2005
19:03
Anyone got a different epic or is it advfn's error or am i just a dik
tony979
25/8/2005
19:02
I have to say that I became interested in this share after reading a bit in IC recently but have been unable to look up any data on it through advfn
tony979
25/8/2005
14:26
No one following EWG? Now 15p. Seems the above chart is not switched on.
piedro
24/8/2005
01:07
Anyone else in on this one? 12.9% up since I last wrote.
piedro
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