Julia Jackson is a young, well fashioned, proprietor of the Jackson Family Wines. She was born in 1988 into the family’s business, working hard beside her siblings. Her father, Jess Jackson, thought this would be a valuable lesson for his children to understand the meaning of hard work and dedication. Not only did Julia Jackson work on her family’s winery in the United States, Julia also worked abroad in many different locations, including France where she “threw” herself into the French culture and language.
Julia Jackson received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Arts at Scripps College. She also received a summer certificate at Stanford Summer Institute in General Business. While studying she took her talents of fluid French speaking to a whole new level and became a 6th-grade teacher for a year. Now she is the spokesperson for her family’s business as well as a designer of websites and art work for wine labels.
Julia Jackson, alongside her sister, founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. This nonprofit organization celebrates women, who have overcome hardships, and inspires others in their communities. They award $100,000.00 yearly, in grants, to other nonprofit organizations.
While others have tried to argue with Julia Jackson on the best wines, she, as independent, hard working women will argue that Cabernet is one of the best Sonoma wines available. Julia Jackson expert opinion should be recognized due to the fact that she not only grew up on the grounds of a winery but also her parents worked in the wine business before Julia was even born.
2013 Edmeades Zinfandel “Mendocino” is one of the most popular wines that the Jackson Family Wines has in population. The grapes are grown in Mendocino County, California. The wine itself is a bold and intense Zinfandels. The flavor profile of plum and black cherry, complemented by cinnamon, vanilla bean, graham crackers, and toasted oak is well suitable with any meal.