Julia Jackson was born in San Francisco to Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke. She grew up in a wine fine and thus developed an interest in wine making from childhood. She attended Scripps College for a bachelor’s degree in studio art, during which she taught French to sixth graders and modeled at some Los Angeles agencies. Upon complexion, she joined Stanford University for General Management.
According to Julia Jackson, the best wines in Sonoma are that of pinot Noir. This is because; Pinot Noir has a flavor of red and black cherries and a taste of strawberries. It is amongst the oldest wines too that goes back to the Roman times. Moreover, it is an original wine unlike the other pinot wines that have been made from pinot noir grapes, but named differently. Furthermore, this wine has tannin that preserves it, where the buyers could cellar it for at least ten years before consumption.
The Jackson Family has been in the wine industry for a long time and has acquired forty brands of wine, in different places of the world including France, South Africa and Australia. They produce wines like Cabernet Sauvignon a red wine grape variety that began from France and others are Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Gris, and Zinfandel.
Julia Jackson works as a non-profit consultant with Aurora, where she speaks to her colleagues on entrusting engagement in accordance with managerial skills, strategic planning and evaluation of programs. In all this, she teaches them on the importance of following protocol and the quality type of information needed to run an organization to success. Furthermore, she builds up on the quality of group agreement on ideas.