For over three decades, the Jackson family has worked hard to build a name in the wine business, to a good measure of success. The Jackson Family Wines has grown over the years with mergers and acquisitions happening along the way. The legacy left by Jess Jackson clearly still grows in the hands of his children as the Jackson Family Wines is ranked the ninth in the world.
Julia Jackson, the middle child of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke is one of the outstanding figures in family business. Her charisma is enhanced more by her position as the spokesperson for the Cambria Estate Winery, a subsidiary of the Jackson Family Wines.
Among renowned brands produced by the company are La Crema, pinot noir, and Lokoya luxury wines. Julia has been of the opinion that although Sanoma is better-known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wine brands, Cabernet is better placed to take the reins in Sonoma. Learn more about the wines on thedrinksbusiness.com.
Born in San San Francisco in 1988, Julia has held various positions in the Family business as well as overseeing the company’s operations in France. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in studio art from Scripps College. While still attending college, she taught French part-time to six graders and later joined Stanford University for the Summer Institute General Management.
Her foundation, Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, recognizes and awards outstanding women who have overcome various obstacles and stand up to inspire their communities. The foundation donates over & $100 000 every year to charitable organizations that support equality and high-spirited individuals in the community.
In many ways, Julia Jackson is a role model to younger girls and women. In fact, her foundation has several women as staff members and Julia’s sisters are actively involved in its activities. It is clear that Julia Jackson is a visionary young mind whose input in the foundation and the business at large is a breath of freshness.