Julia Jackson is the current proprietor of Jackson Family Wines. The wine business was established by her parents Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. Julia since her childhood days has always had a strong passion for the wine business. She grew among the vineyards from a tender age and recalled her father making kids pick and sort grapes while explaining the importance of hard work.
Julia was born in San Francisco, California in the year 1988. Julia went to Scripps College Claremont California and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art in 2010. Julia wanted to run the family business thus needed some educational background in the field of business. For this reason, Julia attended Stanford Graduate School of Business and was honored with a Certificate in General Management also in 2010.
Julia spent most of her time during the summer holidays in the vineyards, and it is here she began a friendship with one of the winemakers’ daughters. The girl was a French native and spoke French which Julia found interesting thus developed an interest in France. Julia made a trip to France and was so excited to learn how the French made their wine. This later saw her learn French and after gaining fluency in the language got a teaching position to teach French to sixth graders.Check more:http://runninglip.com/celebrity/why-julia-jackson-keeps-appearing-with-top-celebrities/
Julia always looked up to her mother, she was a role model, and as a sign of honoring her, Julie started Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. Cambria Seeds is a nonprofit organization that celebrates remarkable women leaders and charitable organizations. The organization makes an annual grant of $100,000 to charitable organizations in the USA and around the globe that inspire leadership in women.
The Jackson family wines company manufactures a wide variety of wines. This includes the Cardinale Intrada Sauvignon Blanc brand, Cambria and Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir which is named after her.