Julia Jackson has been in the wine business since she was a child. Now the proprietor at Jackson Family Wines, she has worked passionately to introduce her family’s wine to consumers across the globe. Jackson graduated from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business in 2010. Since then, she has been involved with the creation of the non-profit organization “Cambria Seeds of Empowerment Program” which highlights the importance of women who have faced hardship. Julia’s work is now primarily focused on marketing and international sales.
Sonoma County produces tremendous quantities of wine each year. Although it is commonly argued that Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the most reputable varieties of wine produced in Sonoma, Julia Jackson concurs that Cabernet is one of the best. The recent comments made by Jackson have resulted in a great deal of praise for Sonoma.
The Jackson family takes pride in crafting wines throughout six different counties on the west coast of the United States. Although Kendall-Jackson is among the more popular brands produced by the family, there are a plethora of other great wines including Carmel Road and Cambria. Julia Jackson and her family operate wineries across four continents, but nevertheless, the family looks forward to expanding their horizons.