Julia Jackson, wine proprietor and philanthropist

Everyone in the wine industry is talking about Julia Jackson. Beauty, charm, and intelligence are only some of the characteristics that describe this wine proprietor. She was born in San Francisco, California in 1988. Born into the wine industry, Julia took an avid interest in it. Her father, Jess Jackson, always taught his children what it meant to do hard work and savor your success in life. In fact, Julia would work in the vineyards as a child with her siblings picking and sorting grapes in 100 degree weather.

Julia attended Scripps College where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art in 2010. Between her busy school schedule she would work at her family vineyards honing her craft and love for wine making. After she received her BA she went to Stanford Graduate School of Business to get a certificate in General Management. And here Linkedin, Soon after her education she moved to Bordeaux, France to learn more about the wine making process, French style. She absolutely loved it and called it the highlight of her life. Julia’s family produces a lot of wine. They have vineyards in six different countries all over the world including France, Italy, Chile, South Africa, Australia, and of course, North America. They only produce the best wine around including everyone’s favorite, Cabernet Sauvignon. One of the wineries that her family owns is called Cambria Wines. It’s female owned and operated with her mother at the helm, Barbara Banke. Through the vineyard Julia founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. It helps empowerment women who are making an impact in the world with their can do attitude. They give $100,000 dollars each year in cash grants to non-profit organizations that are doing just that. Helping fearless women leaders give back to their community. It started in 2014 and has been going strong ever since and read full article.

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