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WINE Naked Wines Plc

-1.20 (-3.37%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Naked Wines Plc LSE:WINE London Ordinary Share GB00B021F836 ORD 7.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20 -3.37% 34.40 473,456 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
34.00 34.95 35.55 33.05 35.55
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Wine,brandy & Brandy Spirits 354.05M -17.41M -0.2353 -1.40 24.46M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:45:00 O 3,242 34.10 GBX

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Naked Wines Daily Update
Naked Wines Plc is listed in the Wine,brandy & Brandy Spirits sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WINE. The last closing price for Naked Wines was 35.60p.
Naked Wines currently has 74,004,135 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Naked Wines is £24,458,367.
Naked Wines has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.40.
This morning WINE shares opened at 35.55p
Posted at 16/11/2023 08:40 by volsung
Wouldn’t it be nice if a nice bidder came along for WINE in HOTC stylee
Posted at 12/11/2023 17:04 by lindowcross
It's such a shame that after holding Majestic, I ended up with shares in the fiasco which is Naked Wine. At least I managed to sell out some years ago, and avoided the worst of the rout. Meanwhile, Majestic goes from strength to strength....the below is from The Telegraph newspaper...

The boss of Majestic Wine has vowed to double down on Britain’s high streets as he revealed plans to open dozens of new stores.

John Colley, chief executive of Majestic, has said brick-and-mortar outlets will remain “sacrosanct221; at the company while he is at the helm.

Over the past four years, Majestic has opened 15 new stores after it was bought by US private equity firm Fortress.

However, Colley now wants to ramp up this expansion, targeting suburbs that have been largely sheltered from the cost of living crisis.

“I think we can open another 50 or so stores in the next four or five years, which is a significant investment,” he says.

Britain’s market towns, such as Henley and Marlow, are the focus of Majestic’s expansion, while the business also aims to roll out smaller stores as well as its better-known warehouse-style outlets.

“We’re an island of shopkeepers and we like the shopping experience,” Colley says.

Majestic has spent the past four years pursuing a turnaround designed to restore its reputation among the middle classes after it split from Naked Wines in 2019.
Posted at 07/11/2023 12:52 by babbler
You keep wine for 3 years??
Posted at 07/11/2023 11:58 by terminator101
900p to sub 30p in less than 3 years. The Board can certainly say they transformed the share price huh.
Posted at 21/9/2023 18:23 by creditcrunchies
I've been a nw customer for about 6 years I kind of know the growers and grape styles I like they've always been better than what you get at supermarkets. The problem with UK supermarkets is they have a small selection of different wines of each region in the world taking up several aisles. Always hit and miss. NW do have a problem they have got a massive inventory of wine from growers that aren't so popular. That is the problem they've got how do you value hard to sell wine without dumping below cost? All of the wines I choose are the fine wines that have drink before dates 10 to 15 years from now that age really well racked. Trouble is cheaper wine has a shelf life of only 3 years. Look at what's on offer at supermarkets cheaper wines with 3 yr shelf life. I'd be cautious as an investor for that reason
Posted at 21/9/2023 09:44 by arlington chetwynd talbott
Our experience has been that NW is a cut above the supermarkets and other wine clubs, but I guess it is all subjective when it comes right down to it. We've certainly enjoyed the way that NW present and engage you with the story behind the bottle you are drinking. Perhaps that has made the wine taste better than it actually is!
Posted at 21/9/2023 08:47 by thebutler
I did get some very disappointing overpriced wine at Naked. It didn't take long for me to realise that all those "brilliant deals" offered at huge discounts were simply discounting vastly overpriced wines in the first place.

OK, the supermarkets will try the same stunt, but not as bad as these "wine clubs".
Posted at 21/9/2023 08:41 by bookbroker
Depends which supermarket you use, Sainsbury’s always has great selection of good quality everyday wine at good prices. Majestic is an absolute racquet, the beer is also overpriced for the same product. They may have obscure vineyards on their books, but the terroir is likewise.
Posted at 19/9/2023 10:14 by thebutler
Yes, if there is a run by the customers to retrieve their deposits, it appears there isn't enough cash to cover such a run.

Used to be a Naked Wine customer but got fed up of hanging around waiting for delivery, and the supermarkets also gave generous 25% discounts for decent wine.
Posted at 24/8/2023 11:37 by agnes
I think it is legal as it's within the Terms and Conditions of Angels. A parent company guarantee is stated as well but that is only as good as Naked Wines. However, other than wine stock, the biggest asset is the cash that belongs to customers. If this were to end badly, consumers would be struggling to get their money back.
Naked Wines share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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