This family has wine running through their blood

The youngest daughter and member of Jackson Family Wines, Julia very much remembers when she picked and sorted grapes at a very young age.

In 2014 Julia established the nonprofit organization Cambria Seeds of Empowerment, named after her mother’s winery. The organization gives out $100,000 in grants every single year to other related non-profits which honour “Warrior Women” (women who have overcome difficult times and can in this manner motivate others to do likewise).

Julia Jackson got a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Arts in 2010 from the Scripps College. She also received her education at the Stanford summer institute for general management. It is also worth mentioning that she is fluent in French.

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Julia Jackson proclaims that despite the fact that Sonoma County is maybe best known for its Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays, she and her family believe it, in turn, creates the best Cabernets on the planet.

If you decide to try out some wine from Jackson Family Wines then make sure you also taste the Lokoya Mt. Veeder. This is the 2nd most highly rated Mount Veeder wine. It was given a score of 100 by The Wine Advocate. And do not forget about the Jackson Family Winery’s flagship wine Vérité, which comes from Sonoma County.