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Subject: Cosentino Suspends Stock Trading, May Wine Sales Continue Upward Trends

Date: 2009-06-29 15:32:55

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  • Cosentino Woes Mount, Stock Trading Suspended

  • June Wine Sales Eke Out Gains At All Price Points

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Cosentino Woes Mount, Stock Trading Suspended

Unable to meet the London Stock Exchange’s deadline for filing its financial statements for 2008, Cosentino Signature Wineries (LSE: MCOZ) asked today that trading in its stock be suspended. The company’s 2006 and 2007 annual reports were filed on May 9, 2007 and May 20, 2008 respectively. The deadline for filing is June 30.

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  • TASTING ROOM UNABLE TO MAKE UP FOR SUFFERING RETAIL SALES An operational update filed with the London Stock Exchange [$VIP] on June 29, said that revenues were below expectations despite the fact that sales at the company’s Woodbridge and Napa Valley Company’s tasting rooms “continue to hold up well.” [Redacted. VIP subscriber content]
  • CUSTOM CRUSH BUSINESS HURT BY LACK OF CAPACITY
  • STILL LOSING MONEY AND SEEKING MORE CAPITAL

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June Wine Sales Eke Out Gains At All Price Points

Domestic table wine sales posted a 3.8-percent gain for the four-week period ending June 14, 2009 over the same period last year, according to Wine Industry Insight’s analysis of data from Information Resources Inc.

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  • ALL CATEGORIES GAIN; $20+ SMALLER GROWTH THAN MAY
  • IMPORT DOLLAR SALES EKE OUT TINY GAIN, BUT MAINTAIN PRICE SUPERIORITY
  • DOMESTIC CHAMPAGNE GAINS, IMPORTS LOSE
  • DETAILED MONTHLY DATA FOR JAN-MAY

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DETAILED 2009 COMPARISON DATA



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