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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 01:00:00
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
21/6/2011
14:49
An old article - 29 August 2009 English Wines Group set to close US export deal English wine looks set to crack America following the final negotiations of a new export deal between the UK's largest wine producer and a Virginia-based distributor. The light and aromatic flavour profile of English wine was ideally suited to the typical American palate, said English Wines Group, which produces Kent-based Chapel Down Wines and has listings in M&S and Waitrose. "The style of our wines suits the market extremely well, as US consumers like clean, fresh sparkling wines with a high acidity, which they are unable to produce over there," said EWG's sales director Guy Tresnan. .... .... http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5245/is_7920_232/ai_n39390683/?tag=mantle_skin;content
piedro
21/6/2011
14:35
Clayhill Vineyard http://www.clayhillvineyard.co.uk/index_files/Page333.htm
piedro
24/5/2011
11:56
Frazer is presenting at a free seminar on 8th June near Liverpool Street. Details at www.freecityseminars.com.
miro56
17/5/2011
12:36
Tuesday 17 May, 2011 Chapel Down Wins Gold at The International Wine Challenge 2011 Chapel Down, the English winemaker widely reported as supplying last month's Royal Wedding, has won a coveted gold medal at today's wine world 'Oscar's'. The Company picked up its award at this year's International Wine Challenge, beating more than twelve thousand wines entered into the annual competition Chapel Down was recognized in the sparkling rosé category, beating many other fizzes from around the world with, historically, much bigger reputations. The IWC is judged by around 400 experienced wine tasters and entrants are scored by variety, country, region and vintage. The judges awarded just 406 gold medals, 1,690 silvers and 3,027 bronzes at this year's awards from the 12,000+ wines entered. The Rose Brut is a classic Pinot Noir offering ripe berry and rhubarb flavours and a nose of strawberry & raspberry with a splash of creaminess. It has a clean finish with perfectly balanced acidity. Frazer Thompson, CEO of Chapel Down wines, says: "The Gold medal is another great stride forward and an International achievement of which we are very proud. It makes all the hard work worthwhile. Good wine starts in the vineyard and is improved by hiring great people. We've invested well. This is our reward. Demand has never been higher and this accolade reinforces the quality of the wine that we are producing. The award will also enhance our embryonic export business which, following Chapel Down's Royal wedding reportage in particular and the growing interest in the London Olympics, is a really exciting opportunity. In addition to the Gold Medal many of our other wines entered into the competition have also been recognised as being amongst the best in the world." Chapel Down Rose Vintage Reserve Brut = Gold Chapel Down Reserve Bacchus 2009 = SilverChapel Down Reserve Bacchus 2009 = Silver Chapel Down Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2006 = SilverChapel Down Pinot Noir Chardonnay 2006 = Silver Chapel Down Brut = BronzeChapel Down Brut = Bronze Chapel Down Pinot Reserve 2004 = BronzeChapel Down Pinot Reserve 2004 = Bronze Chapel Down Trio 2008 = BronzeChapel Down Trio 2008 = Bronze Lamberhurst Estate Reserve Bacchus 2009 = Bronze Lamberhurst Estate Reserve Bacchus 2009 = Bronze http://www.investegate.co.uk/article.aspx?id=20110517121600Z3824&fe=1
piedro
10/5/2011
01:20
Much of the shares here are held by guru's, think a bid north of 50p will come at some point.
chutes01
09/5/2011
22:24
It will be at least 3 years before any wine can be produced.
look alive
09/5/2011
19:15
queen was so impressed she's growing her own wine now outside slough - how does this bode for EWG .... attract attention or dilute the market ??
ukinvestor220
29/4/2011
20:59
Great news for a company valued at £6 Mio and expanding vineyards and pricing will benefit.
chutes01
28/4/2011
21:19
http://news1.ghananation.com/international/142024-royal-wedding-2011-english-wine-on-the-table-for-kate-and-william-s-big-day-and-it-only-costs-8-50-a-bottle.html
ditchsid
27/4/2011
18:02
I see the Queen has put in a large order for Chapeldown sparkling white for the Royal Wedding celebrations.
look alive
27/4/2011
17:20
looks lively here, small order moves price by quite a bit, time for a bottle of chapel down fizz.
chutes01
21/4/2011
09:21
well its fascinating to see the mark up on no reported trades apart from the 1.02m bailout, and also the previous markup after frazer's pathetic purchase of 4,261 last time at the low. He only owns 22.4K shares !!
ukinvestor220
20/4/2011
18:51
Thompson now should put his hand in his pocket, his last purchase was pitiful.
chutes01
20/4/2011
07:56
errr .... No !!
ukinvestor220
19/4/2011
12:25
... is this our director? Paul Brett (born 20 June 1947, Fulham, London) is a classic rock guitarist. He played lead guitar with Strawbs, The Overlanders, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, The Velvet Opera, Tintern Abbey, Fire, Roy Harper, Al Stewart, Lonnie Donegan, and switched to twelve string guitar in the 1970s. ... ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Brett
piedro
19/4/2011
10:00
apart from the 1.02m bought by dir paul brett yesterday, although they werent thru the market so prob took them off large holder who wanted out. It would have been nice to have had full transaprency of the deal laid out in the rns. but still, about a 10% increase in his holding, costing £140K odd but i reckon he knows that at these levels he'll always get his cash back and it gives a bit of a bump to the co's profile. makes a mockery of the pathetic purchase by frazer a few months ago, and its his baby !!!
ukinvestor220
18/4/2011
10:28
also, it would seem that no shares have been traded since 18/03/11.
piedro
17/4/2011
20:23
quiet board for a +30% harvest with good reviews on the wine. Any reason ?
underperformer
14/4/2011
13:04
Error in ... Shareholder's funds.. £4,591,606 Those numbers add to. £4,588,606
piedro
14/4/2011
12:50
Outlook The 2010 harvest was encouraging and will enable us to substantially increase volumes of still wine sales in 2011 and sparkling wine sales from 2013 ... .. very much 'jam tomorrow'
piedro
14/4/2011
12:07
Keyword Company EPIC/TIDM SEDOL/ISIN News Price Announcements Fundamentals Article RSS English Wines Group plc (EWG) Add to Alerts list Print Mail a friend Thursday 14 April, 2011 English Wines Group plc Final Results Final Results English Wines Group plc ENGLISH WINES GROUP PLC CHAIRMAN'S REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2010 Summary I have pleasure in presenting the company's Annual Report and Financial Statements for the 12 months ending 31st December 2010. Overall turnover has risen by 7% to £2,668,249 principally due to a 6% increase in volume of wine sold. Gross profit is up 5% at £1,260,992, a gross profit margin of 47%. The Group made a pre-tax profit of £84,557 compared with a pre-tax profit of £61,828 in the previous year.* The 6% increase in volume, along with the impact of increasing raw material and fuel prices and unfavourable exchange rates, has led to an overall increase in cost of sales of 9%. Administration and marketing expenses have been tightly controlled, increasing by only 3% on a like for like basis at £1,007,605. Operations We continue to make good progress on our key targets:- Pricing continues to move forward. Despite poor trading conditions and heavy discounting on Champagne, our average selling price (excluding duty) has increased by 1%. Volumes are being managed to maintain supply to key customers. We are receiving strong support from D&D (formerly Conran) restaurants, Ramsay Holdings, Gary Rhodes, Selfridges, Roast and other well known prestige accounts and this is helping to improve awareness amongst our target audience. Similarly, we are receiving strong support from key retailers including Waitrose, Sainsbury, Marks and Spencer, Morrisons and Majestic. Overheads continue to be well controlled, with bad debts at almost zero in spite of the recession. We continue to seek growers to supply us with premium grapes. The development of our land at Kit's Coty, Aylesford has been successful, with the first small crop harvested in 2010 The 2010 harvest was 30% up in volume terms on 2009.
ukinvestor220
28/1/2011
20:23
Did anyone see Michael Portillo praising the wines on BBC tonight?
ditchsid
25/1/2011
18:01
If you are interested in quizzing management, the company is exhibiting at this show in April: www.masterinvestor.co.uk. They have a few free tickets available for shareholders and other interested parties if you email the organisers at mi2011tickets@t1ps.com quoting 'English Wines shareholder'.
masco3
30/12/2010
14:05
The new chart on Plus ...
piedro
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