Julia Jackson is the young daughter of Jess Jackson, a renowned wine industry investor, and brains behind Jackson Family Wines. Jackson’s family ventured into the wine business several decades ago, and it has cut a niche for itself in the wine sector. Julia’s mother, Barbara Banke, has supported her father in establishing a successful winemaking career. Julia’s current role as Cambria Estates’ spokesperson signifies a significant deviation from what the sector currently depicts as the “next generation” of the wine sector. For a long time, millennials have been labeled as disloyal to specific wine and easily distracted by modern wines.
Early life and career advancement
Julia Jackson is a resident of San Francisco, California born back in 1988. She remembers how her father used to make children pick and sort grapes under a scorching sun while explaining the significance of hard work. Her dad made sure that her kids knew that hard work and perseverance are essential recipes for success.
Even after joining high school, Julia did not lose touch with the winemaking art. During the summers, she worked at many of the wineries owned by Jackson Family. She had the privilege of interacting with children of the winemakers who were employed by her family. Julia’s friendship with a French-speaking girl was the most rewarding. Through this friendship, she earned a summer holiday in Bordeaux where she had an opportunity to learn French and enjoy the culture that has become her favorite to date. View Julia’s profile page on linkedin.com.
Being in France, interacting with prominent vintners, and mastering the French method of winemaking was an unforgettable experience for Julia. While in college, she earned a teaching position in a particular high school due to her eloquence in the French. Currently, Julia Jackson is one of the heads of Jackson Family Wines’ sales team that focus on popularizing the firm’s wines among millennials across the globe.