Julia Jackson celebrates Pinot Noir and seeds of empowerment

Julia Jackson is the middle daughter of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. She was born in 1988 in San Francisco, California. Julia spent her summers at the family vineyards picking grapes while her father taught her the value of hard work. As she got older, she worked at many of the family‚Äôs wineries, she formed a lifelong friendship with one of the French speaking daughters of an employee at one of the wineries. This friendship evolved into a summer spent in Bordeaux where Julia was able to surround herself in French culture and learn to speak French. She continued her wine production education in France and has a deep passion for Bordeaux. Julia’s fluency in French later leads her to a teaching position. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Scripps College and received a certificate in general management from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Julia currently holds the position of spokesperson for the Cambria Estates winery. Cambria Estates is one of her families many wineries. Julia Jackson established the Cambria Seeds of empowerment non profit in 2014. Cambria is a woman owned vineyard and winery and so Cambria Seeds of Empowerment was founded to help women do amazing things in the world. It is a $100,000 annual grant making program that contributes to charitable organizations. In addition to being a spokeswoman for Cambria, Julia also crafted Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir which won the 2010 wine of the year award. Read more about Julia on breakthrubev.com.

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