An American Idol: Proprietor Julia Jackson
The winemaking industry rakes in billions of dollars on an annual basis. There are hundreds of brands to choose from, but all aren’t created equal. Proprietor Julia Jackson works for one of the industry’s most premier economical brands. Jackson Family Wines Collection is the name and achieving greatness is the game. The company/brand has been around since 1982, and it was founded by Julia’s father and mother. Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke did a wonderful job of operating a successful business while raising children. Julia just so happened to be the youngest of the group, but she would also go on to be one of the most accomplished.Before she entered the vinification line of work, Julia attended Scripps College. Here she would earn a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, which was an unrelated field to the one she’s in now.
She also studied at Sanford University where she attended and completed the Summer institute of General Management program. Not to forget, Julia lived in Los Angeles for a short period of time and worked as a model. While working in the family’s wineries, she began to develop an appreciation for the winemaking business. This appreciation would grow into a love once she travelled to Bordeaux, France. She learned the ins and outs of the business while shadowing influential personnel. As of today, this woman is one of the company’s top representatives, and she serves on its international sales team.Jackson Family Wines Collection is a phenomenon in a sense thanks to its worldwide exposure. It has wineries in Italy, France, Australia and Chile. Its Barbara’s Clone 667 Pinot Noir is one of its top wines. Seeds of Empowerment is Julia’s nonprofit organization, and it was built off the empowerment of ambitious females. This organization personifies Julia Jackson as she continues to climb the ranks in the winemaking industry.