Julia Jackson’s profound interest in the wine industry grew at quite an early age. As a young girl, she would pick and sort grapes. Her family had been in the wine industry even before she was born. The exposure that the Jess Jackson’s youngest daughter got from the family business gave her a smooth transition into the wine industry. As a young adult, Julia Jackson met and became friends with a girl of a French speaking winemaker who used to work in the Jackson Family Wines Company. The friendship was intense that Julia Jackson went to study French and became super fluent in it.
Her ability to speak fluent French gave her the opportunity to teach the language to sixth-grangers as she continued with her studies. While studying for her BA at Scripps College, Julia was an active model showcasing her talent in various agencies in Los Angeles. She later received the Stanford Graduate school of Business’s certification in general management. Upon graduating, Julia Jackson went to Bordeaux, France where she acquired the French sales and distribution skills. While here, the desire to learn more about wines heightened. Follow Julia Jackson at Behance.com.
In the year 2015, the Jackson Family Wine was pleased to introduce the front-runner wine that comes from Sonoma. According to Julia, this is the best wine for the county even though the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are more favored. The catalogue for wines present at the Jackson Family Wine is excellent and includes the Trinite Este’s Acaibo as well as the dark, aromatic Pinot Noir. Besides work, Julia is a partner at Cambria Estates Winery alongside Katherine Jackson and Cambria Proprietors. The Cambria Estate is a non-profit organization whose focus is empowering women and providing financial support to institutions that are dedicated to training women. In November 2014, the organization gave $100,000 to celebrate women who have stood out in the society.