Since she was a young child, Julia Jackson, the offspring of Barbara Banks and Jess Jackson,, has always been associated with wine.
In her childhood, she was encircled by people that had wineries and created wine. One of her favorite recollections was her father taking her and her friends to a winery to harvest grapes. While they worked, he would teach them the worth of working hard. She thought her father made it clear what it took to achieve success and learn more about Julia Jackson.
To help prepare herself for success, she got a Bachelor of Arts from Scripps College. She also got a summer certificate at Stanford Busnne School.
Her practical experience was going to France and making connections with winemakers with the help of a French-speaking friend. She went to Bordeaux and learned about all aspects of the French wine making process. She learned French language and culture as well and more information click here.
Today, she is an important element of the international sales team at Jackson Family Wines.
One of the wines that she has to sell is Champ de Rêves’ Pinot Noir. It is considered to be a deep, aromatic wine. The wine comes from the Jackson family’s association with winemaker Eric Johannsen.
She is very busy, but she has made time for herself to involve herself in a non-profit program. With the help of Cambria Wines, she runs a program called Seeds of Empowerment. The main goal of this program is to celebrate women leaders and charitable organizations. She wants to help create the women leaders of tomorrow .