With No17 sold Weavers relocates their logistics out of Nottingham.
Weavers say a very fond farewell to No17 Castle Gate, home to tastings over the last 40 years as the building is sold.
Not new to online tastings, Philip moves the 2020 tasting program online.
January 2020 Alan Trease becomes Chairman and Philip become Managing Director
Weavers win Nottingham Independent Retailer of the Year.
Mary launches our acorn infused Castle Gate Gin London dry style.
Don retires after 35 years of service. A very popular member of staff with our customers, staff and suppliers.
Keith, pictured right, retires after 45 years of service. He still keeps and hand in the business keeping his interest in Bordeaux wines going.
Alan wins a special commendation in the 2013 Nottinghamshire Family Business Awards for business Longevity.
Philip becomes the third member of the family to be selected for the Champagne Academy as a sponsor of Moet & Chandon. After a week in Champagne he receives his tie!
Mary Trease wins the Champagne Academy in 2004 and receives the trophy and 15 magnums of champagne!
For our first web site weaverswines.com 1.1!
Mary with Jean Trimbach after coming top of her class.
Alan launched Robin Hood mead with some of our local characters! The product is still a success today.
Mike joins Weavers in the summer of 1984. Here he is checking the stock in the rock cellar.
Ken and Tony getting ready to leave Castle Gate.
Note all the German Wines.
At the age of 95, Claude retires after 35 years service.
Photo then by the local paper of three generations of the family. Alan's mother Edna, Alan and his wife Di, Mary and Philip.
This picture was taken just before the sale of the original Weavers pub on lister Gate. Bill Trease retains his share to purchase the bar round the corner on Castle Gate.
Looking up Lister Gate, this picture captures Nottingham of the day.
Bill Trease assessing sherry in the cellar at No1 Castle Gate early 1960s.
Last known image of the bar taken, taken late 1950s.
In the days when sherry was popular, Keith and Alan used to bottle sherry in the cellar at No.1, the casks were then sold to Scottish distillers.
Picture taken of the shop in 1950's - looking up Castle Gate.
Weavers was bombed in 1916 during a Zeppelin raid on the nearby station. The shop suffered quite extensive damage.
Picture taken of the shop in the early 1900's. This is the first known picture of Weavers.
Mr Weaver sells Weavers to George Trease in 1896.
George Trease worked for the Midland Brewery in Loughborough before moving to Nottingham to buy Weavers.