Julia Jackson is the youngest daughter of Jess Jackson whose dream to carry on his father’s legacy is gradually coming to pass. With the success of the company, Julia has gone the extra mile to run a non-profit organization that seeks to reward women who have risen to the challenge faced by women in various aspects of life. She founded the Cambria Estate Winery in 2014 and through this company she has been encouraging other women to become role models by overcoming their fears and empowering others. The organization gives a $100,000 grant to other non-profit making organizations that advocate for equality.
Julia believes that women are very crucial in the transformation of a society. In this respect, she has devoted her time and resources to empowering other women with so much passion that she diverted her attention from the wine industry to become the spokesperson for the Cambria Estate Winery non-profit organization. Her academic background is very admirable and since she was a small girl she understood the need to work hard. At an early age, Julia Jackson attended French lessons which came in handy when she joined college. She attended the Scripps College where she graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. Later she joined the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay is the one of the variety that Julia argues is the greatest in the market especially in Sonoma. This is true if the brand returns in revenue collection is anything to go by. The company’s success in the winery industry is greatly attributed to the Kendall-Jackson variety. Nonetheless, the company has other top brands including La Crema which has also been one of the top sellers. Julia’s efforts are geared towards continuing his father’s dream of producing quality products and she has the tenacity to achieve that.