They are a family with the belief that good things in life are intended for sharing and that great wine should be accessible to all that seek it. They are doing their best to culture an environment where growers can responsibly produce the highest-quality wines at the best possible price.
Owner and CEO, Jimmy Gallivan, founded Crazy Beautiful Wines in 2008. Establishing the brand with merely 800 cases of wine from Argentina. The initial venture has since evolved into his Family’s commitment to producing high-quality wines in a Liter format at an affordable price.
Crazy Beautiful Wines has established partnerships with farmers, growers, and winemakers to bring select wine varietals from celebrated wine regions around the world. Our goal is to deliver stunning, accessible wines, to share with the many wine lovers we cross paths with on our incredible journey.
This Rose is a pale rose color with notes of strawberry. On the palate, it is bright and dry with a hint of apricot on the finish.
This Sancerre styled Sauvignon Blanc has notes of ripe citrus and French pair with a subtle minerality finish.
The passion for viticulture was born very early for Paul, the eldest member of the Suzzoni family who decided to follow a course at the agricultural school of Borgo. Supported by his father Antoine, he acquired some parcels and managed to settle. The dream is launched. Despite a dilettante period for island viticulture, Paul and his father planted their first Niellucciu vines in 1973 in the communes of Lumiu and Montegrosso and made their first cuvée three years later.
Etienne, the youngest son, took over the head of the estate in 1986 after veterinary studies in Paris.
Passionate about his land and aware of the potential of Calvi wines, he invests in land in order to increase the size of the vineyard. Today, the estate has 64 hectares of vines, 12 hectares of olive trees and a cattle cattle of 40 heads grazing on more than 30 hectares of meadows and oaks.
In 2016, the family transmission wrote a new chapter with the arrival of Paul-Antoine, Etienne’s eldest son, who was able to vinify the 40th vintage of Clos Culombu.
The dress is crystalline with green hues. Expressive nose on grapefruit, tomato leaf and white peach. The mouth has relief with salinity.
The dress is brilliant with ruby reflections. The nose, on the fruit (plum, raspberry, black cherry) is raised by a touch of smoke and grilled hazelnut. The palate is full and rich with chalky tannins and the finish is on the cigar.