Proprietor Julia Jackson has become an influential figure in winemaking. She was actually born to a family of winemakers back in the late 1980s. Her father, the late Jess Jackson, was a wine extraordinaire thanks to his keen knowledge in vinification. Jess Jackson founded Jackson Family Wines back in 1982 and as of today, this company is one of the most popular wine organizations in the world. It has wineries in numerous countries such as South Africa, Australia, Italy, Chile and France. Its 583-acre site in Oregon produces some of the sweetest grapes that are used for Pinot Noir wines.Julia Jackson, the youngest daughter, is very diverse in her dealing with the company. She seems to have a hand in many different projects as she’s a representative and salesman for Jackson Family Wines. She travels on a regular basis to foreign places like Hong Kong, China, South Korea and others.
This is to promote the brand while networking. This team also attends trade shows, which helps in boosting the brand’s name. Julia is very hard working thanks to her father. As a child, she would have to go out in the fields with her siblings to pick grapes. Jess Jackson did a wonderful job by instilling his children with a sense of hard work and the respect for the value of a dollar.Scripps College and Stanford University are two of the higher education institutions that Julia attended. Seeds of Empowerment, Julia’s organization, celebrates female power and strength. This nonprofit organization serves its community by donating $100,000 in annual cash grants for deserving organizations. Julia is a reflection of her mother on the business side of things. This woman has taught sixth-grade French class, has modeled for numerous companies in Los Angeles, and she’s laying the blueprint of success.