The Wine Business is Julia Jackson’s Passion

Julia Jackson is a savvy vinter businesswoman and spokesperson for the Jackson Family Wines. The alumna of Scripps College is.

Julia Jackson is a savvy vinter businesswoman and spokesperson for the Jackson Family Wines. The alumna of Scripps College is the daughter of Jess Jackson, the founder of the Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay brand. And Barbara Banke the founder of the Cambria Estate Winery.

 

Cambria Seeds of Empowerment for Warrior Women

Jackson credits Barbara Banke as the catalyst for the founding of the Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. The nonprofit honors women triumphing over incredible odds. And their emergence from the circumstances as role models and motivators for others. She calls the honorees “Warrior Women.”

Cambria Seeds of Empowerment established in 2014, grants $100,000 annually to domestic and international organizations. The institutions are engaged and devoted to empowering women.

Of course, Julia Jackson views her mother as a warrior woman. Having admired Barbara Banke’s business acumen and management of the Cambria Estate Winery for years. In addition to observing Banke’s fortitude in sustaining her genuineness in a male dominated industry. Visit Sfluxe to know more about Julia.

Hands Down, Cabernet is Julia’s Favorite Pick

Jackson unapologetically cites Sonoma as the best source for the varietal Cabernet. Because Verite, a brand produced by the Jackson Family Winery, rated a perfect 100 point score, on nine separate instances. From the esteemed wine critic Robert Parker. Incidentally, the Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Chardonnay remains popular as ever.

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