Marc Goodrich is Chief Operating Officer of Banfi Vintners, a leading name in imported fine wines.
Headquartered in Old Brookville, NY, Banfi was founded in 1919 by John Mariani, Sr., grandfather of the present generation of ownership. It is today the oldest U.S. wine importer to remain in continuous business and to be managed by the same family throughout. From the family-owned Castello Banfi estate in Tuscany to other high-profile properties in Europe, Australia and South America, Banfi Vintners delivers an array of fine quality wines tailored to every taste and budget.
Goodrich began his career in the computer industry before joining Banfi in 1989 to oversee the company’s management information systems. He went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Public Accountancy. In 1998 he was named CFO and was appointed COO in 2007. Goodrich is responsible for oversight of marketing and communications and integration between all functional areas of the company. Together with co–CEOs James Mariani and Cristina Mariani-May, Goodrich determines Banfi’s strategic direction and brand strategies. He also serves on the board of directors for the Castello Banfi estate in Tuscany and Vigne Regali Cellars in Strevi, Piedmont.
A resident of Huntington, NY, Goodrich and his wife, the former Kathryn Mariani, have two children: Robert and Elizabeth