Owner and CEO, Jimmy Gallivan, founded Crazy Beautiful Wines in 2008, establishing the brand with 800 cases of wine from Argentina. The initial venture has since evolved into his Family's commitment to producing high-quality wines in a one Liter format at an affordable price.
At Crazy Beautiful Wines, we partner with farmers, growers, and winemakers to produce select wine varietals from celebrated wine regions around the world. Our goal is to share these stunning, accessible wines, with as many people as we can while we move forward on this incredible journey.
Our wines pair best with; Lovers, Family, and Friends.
Jimmy Gallivan CEO
Jimmy Gallivan is the owner and founder of Crazy Beautiful Wines. Born in Greenville, South Carolina, Jimmy attended Southern Methodist University where he met his wife Sharon and they settled in Dallas, TX. Jimmy spent several decades in finance and has since become a successful entrepreneur. His passion for wine as a collector and consumer started in the early 1980s and continues to this day. This passion is shared by his sons, Jimmy III, Jack, and Travis.
Jimmy Gallivan III COO
Jimmy Gallivan III, our Chief Operations Officer is responsible for winery relationships, purchase orders, invoicing, inventory management, forecasting, among others. Jimmy started with CBW in 2016 and previously spent nine years working in the financial services industry. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics and minor in Business from the University of Kansas. Jimmy lives in Dallas with his wife Abby and daughters Grace and Jane.
Jack Gallivan Director of Marketing
Jack V. Gallivan is responsible for Digital Marketing and Promotions for Crazy Beautiful Wines. Jack studied Integrated Marketing and Communications at Southern Methodist University and furthered his education with a Masters Certificate in Graphic and Web Design. Jack worked in Manhattan for a Digital Marketing Agency with a focus on restaurants, spirits and entertainment clients. Jack also has six years of experience in restaurant management and is pursuing his WEST II accreditation.