Julia Jackson Helps Her Family Be Successful in Wine Making

Jackson Family Wines has been a staple for the community for as far back as Julia Jackson can remember. She is daughter to the wine maker Jess Jackson and Barbara Bunke. She is their middle daughter and the one child that knew from very early on that she wanted to be involved in the family business. She grew up spending weekends and summers in the fields plucking grapes and being surrounded by various aging wines.

To Julia, the family business is more than just business. To her, it showcases her families passion as well as her childhood and the endless friendships that were made due to the family business. Of course it helps that her family business is tasty as well as healthy for wine lovers.

Julia went to Scripps College in Claremont from 2006 up to 2010. When she graduated with her bachelor’s degree, Julia then enrolled in a summer program offered through Stanford. The Summer Institute of General Management helped her to better understand what is needed within her own family business.

Julia helped her family to create a nonprofit that works to help women that struggled within their own communities. The Cambria Seeds of Empowerment started in 2014. The program is an honor to her mother who helped to make the Cambria Estate Winery famous since 1987. This program awards various charities and groups a specific amount annually by giving more than $100,000 annually.

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Julia Jackson is in the sales department today and she helps to make sure that the business is successful throughout the world and not just in America. One of the wines that is being made locally in California that his successful is the Pinot Gris and the Viognier. These wines are produced with various limited amounts yearly. This wine comes from Cambria which offers a 1,600 acre field that has 14 various soil types that has been divided into 4 vineyards. Each one of the vineyards is mapped out and divided into many smaller areas dependent on geology and topography. It is the reason why these wines are so tasty.

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