Julia Jackson: A Woman Empowered through Wine

Julia JacksonJulia Jackson is the proprietor of Jackson Family Wines but she is much more than that. She has always had a passion for wines and the business side of winemaking as well. She graduated with a bachelors from Scripps College, then she got her General Management certificate from the Stanford Graduate College of Business. After college she worked a harvest in Bordeaux, France which she says increased her appreciation for winemaking. At Jackson Family Wines she works to increase marketing so that Sonoma County gets the recognition it deserves for it’s wines. The releases of La Joie, La Muse, and Le DeSir which are all apart of the Verite Brand help to increase the counties reputation with it’s great scores from critics.Julia Jackson

Along with being business savvy and the success of Jackson Family Wines, Julia Jackson has switched her focus to being the spokeswomen for the non profit organization, Cambria Estates Winery. Its a female owned organization founded by her mother in 1987 that seeks to empower women. They also help financially support other organizations with the same ideals of women development and empowerment. They work on a local and international level to train and encourage women who are changing and making an impact on their communities. Through running the business and the nonprofit organization she is continuing on the legacies of her parents.

Champagne Top French City For Wine Tours & Visits

The Champagne wine region in France has been named by The Traveling Vineyard as one of the top spots for tourists searching for delicious wine and all related fun. Wine has been produced in Champagne since the Middle Ages, and things only continue improving in terms of quality and taste of the wine. Located a short 92-miles from Paris, Champagne is a charming, picturesque town filled with any vineyards and wineries offering samples of their creations and facility tours. As a part of the fun, you can learn more about the wine-making process and discover new and exciting wines along the way.

A Wine Extravaganza

More sparkling wine is created in Champagne than other regions. Due to the temperatures in Champagne, grapes are sometimes hard to grow. The cooler temperatures turn the grapes acidy, in turn making them prime for sparkling wines. This isn’t to say that you won’t find an abundance of traditional white and red wines here. Champagne is no stranger to any form of wine.

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If you can’t make it to France, you can make it to a Traveling Vineyard party, or even work as a hostess for the wine company. As a wine guide or a hostess, you enjoy time with friends and family and a bottle of delicious French wine as you learn more about the country, its delicious wines, and a host of other related topics. It is a great way to meet new people socialize, and make nice money as you earn free wine. Click Here for More

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