Julia Jackson and Jackson Family Wines Work Together To Change Lives with Seeds of Empowerment

Julia JacksonJulia Jackson works closely with Seeds of Empowerment to help those in the community. She is extremely passionate about helping the members of society. Julia is actively involved in her family’s business of creating wines. Recently Julia was out speaking publicly about the new label her family is creating. The Bench Break Label is being created in Santa Maria and includes the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.The Seeds of Empowerment is a organization that Julia and Katherine founded. Katherine is her sister and they work to award $100,000 each year to “Warrior Women” who work hard to overcome adversity within their communities and who help to inspire many others within their community. Last year, Warrior Woman Dr. Victoria Kisyombe was honored for her work in the micro-finance department that helped to better serve Tanzanian women.Julia Jackson

Julia earned her degree for studio art which she earned from attending Scripps College in California. She also earned her certificate for general management through the Stanford Graduate Business School. She is the primary spokesperson for Jackson Family Wines. She is adamant about sticking to the overall success of the family business and therefore refuses to chase after short term trends and therefore stick to creating wines which will last for years to come and not just in the recent months.Jackson family wines works to make sure that they stick to the traditional method of creating wines. For Julia, Sonoma is the place to stick to in creating the best Cabernets. Jackson wines has a number of Cabernets which are successful and they are blended with other popular wines. For wine enthusiasts, these wines have earned respect among many wine critics which have given them perfect scores during the last few years. Their flagship wine is the Verite that has been sold in the United States for the last 20 years and earned critical acclaim in the United Kingdom in 2015.

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