Wine brewing is an old business which has been growing with time. Several companies are known to be the top wine manufacturers in the world, and the Jackson Family Wine is among them. Jackson Family Wines was created in 1982, and since then it has been experiencing a marvelous expansion with it expanding its services as well as products to other regions including; Australia and South Africa. A firm which was established by Jess Jackson is still under the management of the Jackson Family members. The Jackson Family Wines which is among the top 10 wine enterprises in the world which produce about 5.6 cases of wine annually.

Julia Jackson is one of Jackson’s Family Wines proprietors and has been participating in her father’s wine business from an early age. Julia is the youngest daughter of Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke, and she was born in San Francisco in 1988. Ms. Julia got interested in the wine business from an early age, and she recalls helping her father collect grapes something she says taught her the importance of hard work. During the school holidays and even after school Julia worked in one of the Jacksons Family wineries and Ms. Jackson developed a strong relationship with a daughter of one of her father’s employees who were from France. Julia learned French, and she even learned about French style of winemaking. Her knowledge of French opened an opportunity to teach French during her college years.

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Julia Jackson has been at the forefront of marketing as well as assisting the Jackson Family Wines to produce new wine drinks and sell them. Over the years the Jackson Family Wines have been manufacturing g new drinks including; La Crema which has gained popularity in the world. The wine company does not only produce and sell wines drinks but it also been a major contributor to the society. In 2014 the organization founded Cambria Seeds of Empowerment which is a program that appreciates Warriors’ women who have worked hard and overcame hardships in life. Ever since its establishment the organization which is overseen by Barbara Banke awards about $100000 to non-profit organizations which exemplify the program’s pillar of spirit, community as well as fairness.