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21st Century Winemaking


Julia JacksonWinemaking or vinification as most people know it, is a billion dollar industry. This industry can be very demanding as well as scrutinized. Thanks to the copious amounts of grapes and soils across the globe, wines are some of the most diverse tasting beverages on the planet. Are you into drinking wine? Have you ever heard of Jackson Family Wines Collection? This company was started by Jess Jackson and Barbara Banke in 1982. Their youngest daughter Julia, born in 1988, would go on to become an intricate part of the family business puzzle in later years.Julia has always been soft-spoken and polite. She has always had a way of articulating words. As of today, Julia is a proprietor of the business as well as a representative. She fits the role perfectly and as a jet-setter, Julia does an amazing job with the company’s international sales team.

Before ever getting into the business, she did some modeling gigs in L.A. Julia was a well-rounded person who could master different projects. She has a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, and she has cJulia Jacksonompleted the intense General Management program at Stanford University. Following in her mother’s footsteps, Julia has her very own organization known as Seeds of Empowerment. This nonprofit organization has donated up to $100,000 on a yearly basis to other nonprofit organizations in the Pacific Northwest. Jackson Family Wine Collection is setting new marks and newer trends. This economical based brand has the game on lock thanks to its brilliant tasting wines. Its Mesa Terrace Pinot Noir is very popular with its velvety texture, fruity taste and barrel toast finish. It would be hard to find another brand with such distinct tastes. This company appears to be doing pretty well for itself and with so many geographical wineries, the best is yet to come. Read full article : https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2015/10/sonoma-beats-napa-in-cult-cab-comparative/

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