Growing up around the Jackson Family Wine company Julia Jackson took a genuine interest in the entire process of wine making. Learning every step of the wine making process Julia threw herself into the business, even picking and sorting grapes in the 100-degree heat as a child. Her passion for wine and beauty lead her to pursue the family business and what Julia Jackson knows.
Julia Jackson attended Scripps College in Clermont, California where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art. From there she attended the Summer Institute for General Management program at Stanford University. Following her graduation Julia Jackson traveled Bordeaux country and used her fluency in French to learn more about the family business and the French methods for wine making and more information click here.
Wine making is not Julia’s only passion, in 2014 she founded the non-profit organization Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. Inspired by her mother, Julia set out to empower other women who are effecting positive change in their communities. The company pledges money each year to other non-profit organizations that exemplify equality, community, and spirit.
Julia Jackson is best know for her connection to the name sake family business, the Kendall-Jackson wine label but the company showcases many other brands of wine as well. One such venture is Calina Wines located in Chile. Breaking out of the French wine making tradition Calina Wines cultivates vineyards on rocky soil and produces wine of great depth and quality and Julia Jackson’s lacrosse camp.
Wine is and always will be the heart of Julia Jacksons passion. Whether drinking at dinner, harvesting grapes, or learning the different methods of wine making in California and France, Julia Jackson is all in.