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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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12/11/2010
13:09
Ahh! but have you read the news ... 12th November 2010 Statement re Trading Update English Wines announces that the harvest season has ended with the Company harvesting 30% more fruit than last year. An early taste of the first ferments have revealed to the team some excellence throughout the range. English Wines is pleased that the vineyard team have had an excellent year. The early signs this year were good for those vineyards that didn't get frosted. The team have worked hard all year and the result is that the Company have had clean fruit, despite the challenge from the elements. Frazer Thompson, Chief Executive of the Company commented: "I am delighted with the crop that has been harvested this year. The winemaking team have been at it day and night to ensure that the demand for Chapel Down's wines can be better satisfied in years to come. The increased harvest volumes include first fruit from the Company's Kits Coty vineyard and other new vineyards developed over the past few years. The mix of premium grapes will allow the Company to grow its sales of sparkling wine substantially from 2012 and help to satisfy demand for its still wines from Summer 2011."
piedro
12/11/2010
10:43
sp fallen to low support - will it break down through it?
ukinvestor220
26/10/2010
17:00
It's been long waiting ....
piedro
26/10/2010
16:10
yes those statements are coped and pasted from the previous years !!
ukinvestor220
26/10/2010
16:09
FT today - havent got the article * England's vineyards are producing record harvests this year, with rising demand and even climate change helping to boost output, as sparkling wine is set to account for more than half of the country's total production for the first time.
ukinvestor220
30/9/2010
13:07
Gross margins are up ... but due to increased selling price we are told
piedro
30/9/2010
13:04
Extracts from Interim and Full Year Reports H1-06 We have 125 additional acres planted which will greatly in increase production in 3 years. Discussions are continuing successfully with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of quality vines - We continue to attract new growers FY-06 - We continue to attract new growers We continue to be approached by existing and new growers seeking to plant more vines for us H1-07 Increase in future supply as new premium vineyards start to produce and we attract new growers Discussions are continuing successfully with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of quality vines - We continue to seek and attract new growers to improve supply FY-07 - We continue to attract new growers to supply premium grapes New acreage added since 2005 (of 125 acres) will become productive in 2008 We continue to be approached by existing and new growers seeking to plant more vines for us H1-08 Increase in future supply as new premium vineyards start to produce and we attract new growers Discussions are continuing successfully with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of quality vines - We continue to seek and attract new growers to improve supply FY-08 - We continue to seek and attract new growers to supply premium grapes from the most suitable land New acreage added since 2005 (of 125 acres) is expected to become fully productive in 2009, enabling us to sell more premium wines from 2011 onwards. We continue to be approached by existing and new growers seeking to plant more vines for us H1-09 * Although the 2009 crop has not been harvested, initial signs suggest that there will be an improvement over previous years. Discussions are continuing successfully with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of vines FY-09 We continue to seek growers to supply us with premium grapes. H1-10 Although the 2010 crop has not been harvested, initial signs suggest that there will be an increase over previous years Discussions are continuing successfully, with existing and new growers to increase their acreage of vines, to fuel the growth in future sales of high quality, high margin wines. ... it's the repetition that worries me
piedro
29/9/2010
15:28
Buy gone in at 16p now, no stock around interims tomorrow
chutes01
21/9/2010
11:10
Don't tempt me ! Offer @14p
piedro
21/9/2010
10:26
Piedro, looks decent, will we see 20p again soon .......
chutes01
21/9/2010
10:03
correct ... 200,000 @15p
piedro
21/9/2010
08:34
Interims out before end of month, they might be quite juicy, someone certainly thinks so. good luck, and try some of their chapel down wines, very nice, southern England will soon be the new champagne region.
chutes01
21/9/2010
08:28
huge purchase yesterday at big premium, just been marked down on trickle sells, pick some up at
chutes01
12/7/2010
20:51
...is this the one ? England's wines break into High Street By Sarah Bridge 12 July 2010, 10:37am English wines are breaking through into the High Street, according to the Chapel Down winery in Kent. ... ... http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/news/article.html?in_article_id=508745&in_page_id=2 ... insipid IMHO.
piedro
12/7/2010
19:43
Good article for EWG in sunday mail.
chutes01
29/6/2010
19:38
All resolutions approved in the General Meeting.
piedro
24/4/2010
18:09
yes i got that too today - i also got the fact that the objective is to establish the luxury / quality brand and then build on that to develop additional streams of income, in the longer term. he did say that you could work out the production from their own vineyards by the acerage, plus the contracted sites, and reckoned there were opportunities for securing further contract growing sources. I am in for the ride on the back of the directors running the shop, there is some serious proven talent here, and minutiae doesnt really concern me. get your shareholding registered with EWG and youll get 20% off and invites to other shareholder events etc.
ukinvestor220
23/4/2010
14:13
ukinvestor, A friend of mine quizzed the MD and was told that 'production figures' were 'commercially sensitive' information.
piedro
23/4/2010
13:15
Also they say that investing in the brand is more important than increasing sales at this time: "The Board believes that developing Chapel Down into one of the leading drinks brands in the UK is the most important driver of value for the Company in the future. We will therefore continue to invest in our brand ahead of sales to develop its premium appeal."
ukinvestor220
23/4/2010
13:11
Piedro have you tried ringing the co up - or going on one of the Tenterden vineyard tours? All your questions will be answered there. "Gross profit is up 8% at £1,199,480, a gross profit margin of 48% in line with the prior year." "The business is supported by substantial net tangible assets. In addition, we have considerable goodwill in the "Chapel Down" brand. Included in these results is the impact of the £1.1m raised on 1st July 2009 via an 8% convertible loan. The net assets of the company, assuming full conversion of the loan notes to equity, would be £5.6m. This is in excess of 10p per share, assuming conversion of the loan notes only, and values our stock at that point at cost rather than Net Realisable Value, which in the opinion of the Directors represents a conservative valuation of realisable value . It also does not value our "intangible" brand value. Net Debt on conversion of the shareholder loans would be £0.8m or 14% of net assets." "The 2009 harvest was encouraging and will enable us to substantially increase volumes of sparkling wine sales from 2012. The new acreage added at our site at Kit's Coty will also produce its first small crop this year, and will become fully productive from 2011, enabling us to sell even more premium wines from 2012 onwards." "We continue to be approached by growers seeking to plant vines for us and the growing demand for our wines should ensure excellent growth for the Company in the medium term."
ukinvestor220
23/4/2010
11:29
It is quite clear to me that EWG must get their production figures up to obtain any profitable growth. We have been given the usual vague talk of more plantings and vines under contract but no figures. Only higher sales costs for a more expensive bottle.
piedro
23/4/2010
09:45
Final Results http://www.plusmarketsgroup.com/PLUS_news_story.shtml?NewsID=2146841&ISIN=GB0032706284/GBX/PLUS-exn ... [nothing new] ....
piedro
15/4/2010
19:14
Looks good value here, and damn good fizz. Some day soon, some major will want to buy this Co. valued at £6m.
chutes01
15/4/2010
18:56
Final results should be soon .... 2009 - Friday 23 April 2008 - Friday 25 April
piedro
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