Julia Jackson Knows the Family Business and Wines

Middle daughter of Barbara Banke and Jess Jackson, Julia Jackson has always had a taste for wine. For most families, when a child is raised around something for their entire life, they tend to stray from the family business, not Julia. She speaks of being interested in the business for as long as she can recall.

Julia was born in San Francisco in 1988. Jess Jackson would put his kids to work plucking grapes during summer months and on weekends to help them to learn how important it is to work hard. Her dad distilled in to his children that you have to be appreciative of what you do in order to be successful.
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Julia knows in order to create more sales for the family business; she has to help introduce new wines. One of the best wines that they offer is Champ de Reves. This specific wine is made specifically with grapes that are harvested before they are overripe and that are kept completely separate up until the time that are blended.
Julia’s family knows how important it is to also give back to their community so they offer different programs to help give back to their community. One of the programs that they offer is specific to Warrior Women. It is extremely difficult for women to be successful in the business world where more men dominate the business scene and the Jackson family knows this. For this reason, Warrior Women is used to grant $100,000 annually to nonprofits that aid and support the community. Cambria Seed of Empowerment is the program that helps women to overcome the various hardships in their community. This program helps to inspire others to become involved and successful. Julia feels as if there are not enough women in the business scene so she strives to help more women become involved.
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