Julia Jackson has always had an interest in wine. To some people, that might sound like a silly statement since she grew up surrounded by wine and winemaking. Her family has been in the business for quite some time. At age 29, it is easy for her to recall how her father had the children pick grapes in 100-degree weather. His goal was to teach his kids the importance of hard work. For Julia Jackson, the lessons stuck. She appreciates what it takes to be successful.During school, and after summers, she worked at the family’s wineries where she formed a life-long bond with a French-speaking girl whose father was employed by her family.
As such, she speaks fluent French and loves French culture. Jackson attended Scripps College, and graduated from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2010. She continues to be actively involved with her non-profit organization called the Cambria Seeds of Empowerment Program. Her organization places focus on women that have faced hardships in life. Her present work revolves around international sales and marketing for the family company. One of the family’s favorite wines is Champ de Rêves’ Pinot Noir. It is a deep wine, aromatically-charged, blend that is quite popular. Julia Jackson is on the move, and has every quality she needs to ensure success.