Julia Jackson is uplifting women and making wine in the process

The wine industry is booming right now and everyone is jumping on the train. Making wine takes patience, time, money, and a lot of hard work. The middle daughter of wine legends Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke is making her way through the wine industry with class and elegance that attracts the likes of even the most glamorous celebrities. With her charm and knowledgeable demeanor it’s no wonder she is the face of her family’s wine business.

Julia Jackson is educated and received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art at Scripps College in Claremont, California. The same year she graduated she also got her certificate in General Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She also spent an informative year in France on her family’s vineyard learning the complexity of French wine making. She fell in love with the culture and process, thus calling it one of the best times in her life. Julia also grew up learning the essence of hard work from her father and has not taken advantage of her success. Her family produces a number of wines and have vineyards all over the world. Some of their best wine includes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon. With an eye for perfection, each wine is made with love and care. It’s no wonder this family wineries have won multiple awards and Jackson’s lacrosse camp.

On to the philanthropy. Julia Jackson loves celebrating women by empowering them. As a female herself, she knows the struggle of being a woman in this day and age. That is why she founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. They give away $100,000 in cash grants to non-profit organizations that essentially uplift strong and giving women. They call them “Warrior Women” because they have overcame life’s hardships to help other women do the same and become leaders and what Julia Jackson knows.

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