Brett Berish is an entrepreneur and President & CEO of Sovereign Brands, creators of a smash-hit portfolio of wine & spirits brands. Before launching his own brand of wine, he worked as a commercial banker. Over the years he has grown into an aspiring owner, collaborating with the world’s best partners, popular brands, artists, rappers and highly successful premium drinks.
Brett Berish was born in New York in 1971 and grew up there. He was in his 30s when he first thought of getting his hands on the 22-year-old business run by his father. Brett was brought along with his two other brothers.
The wine brand that his father (whose name is not given) was chairman in his day and was also overlooked by his nephew, while his mother was the only personality that held them all together.
Brett considers his mother to be the inspirational figure behind the supportive hands for everyone involved in the business. He says that he never saw the wine business as a family business, it was just the business he always had to work in and show off his talent.
Brett Berish career
Brett is President and CEO of the family-owned Sovereign Brands wine company. It is a craft rum from Barbados that is one of the most celebrated rums in the world and is sold in the best selling brand categories. It is one of the US premium brands awarded 93 points by Wine Enthusiasts. Sovereign’s latest release is Villon, one of the brand’s revolutionary cognac categories.
Most of his earlier brands have successfully established themselves in Champagne and D’Ussé cognac, with a very successful brand range and premium quality. Brett Berish has been recognized by the famous and most voted media such as Forbes, Market Watch, Crain’s Chicago Business and others. He was recently named one of Goldman Sachs’ 100 Most Fascinating Entrepreneurs.
He is one of the contestants who has reached global brands The Breakfast Club and Young Money Radio, presenting his self-created and cultivated partnerships with global celebrities, marketing campaigns and the company’s values.
He’s also launched his marketing campaign called Self Made Tastes Better, which follows a series of interviews Brett hosted with some of the brand’s high profile celebrities, athletes, actors, TV personalities and influencers, as well as the confirmed fan followers sovereign With an eagerness to reach the global brands, build strong and international partnerships and reach the people with the finest and better tastes in wine, Brett has launched a number of wines and spirits given the exceptional and unique portfolio.
Brett Berish biography
|Real name||Brett R Berish|
|Date of birth||1971|
|Age (as of 2022)||51 years|
|Place of birth||New York, United States|
|profession||President and CEO of Sovereign Brands|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 9” – in centimeters – 175 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 90kg – in pounds – 198 pounds|
|shoe size||12 (USA)|
|eye color||dark brown|
Brett Berish Family
Back in June 2017, Brett Berish once mentioned his wife, named Alana, with whom he bought the 11,000-square-foot home. It was a lavish home with all premium qualities and a place for high profile personalities to live. It was attached to two acres of Grove Street, with six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a modern barn with the perfect place for entertaining and a swimming pool. Despite this, Brett’s wife is not mentioned in any other media outlets, activities or interviews. He has mentioned that he recently had a sixth child, which is kind of a fresh start for him.
Brett Berish Net Worth
Brett’s estimated net worth is well in excess of the minimum net worth of around $105 million. Brett Berish is the CEO of Sovereign Brands and posted The Breakfast Club’s mention and discussion of his new release Luc Belaire, France’s fastest growing wine. He is popular with rappers, artists, celebrities and high profile business owners and has collaborated with many of them. Brett is the sole support personality behind an independent wine and spirits company. He runs the company, which was founded in 1999 by his father or his ancestors.
Facts About Brett Berish
- Before getting into the wine business, Brett worked for a boutique investment bank where he quit his job to get into the business, moved to Taiwan to learn Chinese and started living in Asia (where he spent his 5 years ), returned to the banking sector and later founded the wine company.
- Brett’s father worked in the liquor store at Jim Beam for almost 45 years and most of the knowledge he received came from his parents who worked for the business on a day to day basis.
- His father had no other hobby than working in the alcohol industry.
- Brett always wanted to be in this business, but his father wouldn’t let him. However, he made his own decision to enter the business at the age of 30.