Julia Jackson: Leading Woman in Wine Business
Julia Jackson is a daughter of the winemaking family Jackson Family Wines. Born in San Fransisco in 1988, Julia had a passion for the wine business from a very young age. She worked alongside her father at their grape farms picking and sorting the grapes. Her father is a great inspiration to her hardworking and efficient approach to life. She even went abroad to Bordeaux France where she finessed her skills in the production and winery aspects of the business. She fell in love with the culture there and says it has inspired her success to date.She joined Cambria Estate winery where she serves as a spokesperson. The nonprofit organization seeks to empower and celebrate exceptional women in society. The group has contributed one hundred thousand dollars annually towards this cause. At a tender age, Julia became friends with a French daughter of one of the employees at her family’s business. She started learning French and at one time enrolled as a French teacher in College.
Though men dominate the wine business, Julia continues to be enthusiastic and has succeeded in various undertakings. She encourages women to believe in themselves and work hard to be authentic. Julia obtained a bachelors degree in Studia arts from Scripps College and later got a certificate in general management from Stanford graduate school of business.Julia Jackson is a role model to women across the world. She has gained immeasurable success in business and philanthropy. The young Julia motivates women from all spheres of the social domain to work hard and be passionate at what they do. A product of the Cambria Estate Winery, Pinot Noir was named the wine of the year in 2010 by wine lovers. Julia insists there is a synergy relation between culinary arts and wine. Education into wine and food should be encouraged throughout America.