Julia Jackson’s remarks during a 2017 family business event
In 2017, the Jackson Family Wines held the event, A State of Mind-The Rocs, the People and the Vines tour. One of the attendees was the business’ proprietor, Julia Jackson. The words that resonated the most with the participants were her expressions and sentiments about her late dad, Jess Jackson. Julia revealed that her father always emphasized the importance of making wines in ridges, benches, on mountains and hillsides. The Jackson Family business is the producer of some of the most sought wines such as those from the Dundee Hills, the Chehalen Mountain Areas, Yamhill0-Carlton and the Eola-Amity Hills. The Cambria brand which grows in Santa Maria Valley is a household name that most resonate with for having a homely and refined taste.
Julia has an equally strong admiration for her mother, whom she views as a trend setter in the wine making industry which has a strong male domination. Barbara Banke is the chairperson of the family enterprise and has led the group to engage in investments in France, Chile, South Africa, Australia, and Italy. Julia Jackson explained that the business is independently owned and currently runs 44 wineries that produce 5 million wine cases. Check more: http://sfluxe.net/julia-jackson-at-weinstein-dinner/
Julia’s social standing
Julia Jackson’s recent appearances in photos with celebrities and British royals has become a buzz feed for wine and celebrity news fanatics. In 2016, she made ripple news for taking photos with Zac Posen and Harvey Weinstein at the pre-Oscar dinner. Julia easily merges with the top Del a crème like Lana Del Rey who received her gift bag with enthusiasm. Julia dined with other icons like Jenifer Lopez and agents of leading beverage companies like FIJI and DeLeon Tequila.
Julia Jackson’s educational background and social role
Julia Jackson is more than a pretty face with social grace to any onlooker. She received her degree in studio art from Scripps College in 2010 and applied the knowledge in making the paint markings for the Cambria brand. Julia is an alumnus of the Stanford School of Business where she earned her certificate in general management. Julia runs the nonprofit organization Cambria Seeds of Empowerment alongside her sister Katherine to support women from Myanmar and Tanzania in the quest for success.