Born in California in 1988, Julia Jackson is the middle daughter of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banks. Julia had grown up for a passion in the wine industry having grown up among vineyards. Her parents had taught her work ethic and passion for the industry at a young age, picking grapes in scorching weather. Julia earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from Scripps College as well as a certificate in General Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business. She had worked at her family winery after school and during summers.Jackson Family Wines differentiates its brand from all overs through the rich foundation each vineyard possess as well as having the expertise in each region to create the best quality wine. Throughout the process from harvesting to selling, the winery has always held its own authenticity.
Their brands span across 7 regions of vineyards: North America, France, Italy, Australia, South Africa, and Chile. Click here to view their full Spire Collection. From Anakota to Zena Crown, each brand of the Spire Collection reflects the standard of quality, commitment, and excellence that Jackson Family Wines prides itself on.Inspired by how her mother has run Jackson Family Wines, Julia founded her own charity in 2014 called Cambria Seeds of Empowerment. Her organization was created for “Warrior Women” – women who have overcome hardships and continued to inspire others in the community. A cash grant is rewarded annually to nonprofit organizations who run on the four core values that Cambria Seeds of Empowerment recognizes: equality, community, and spirit. Julia’s charity recognizes and celebrates female leaders and role models. Julia is part of the movement of establishing women as leaders in the community where she leads an authentic brand at Jackson Family Wines that values the true long-standing taste in the wine industry.