Just like everything else in life, a wine companies come and go. These fly-by-night companies can be found in every industry as well as in every field of work. Convenience is the name of the game in today’s society, but today’s society lacks traditional values. Fortunately, when it comes to producing wine, Cambria Estate Winery has remained true to its core values as it goes by the method of quality rather than quantity. Cambria Estate Winery is owned by Barbare Banke, but her immediate family members hold prominent positions within the company’s stake. Julia Jackson, daughter of Barbara Banke, is a wine connoisseur, and she provides multiple services for the estate.Julia just so happens to be the daughter of the late Jess Jackson. Jess was a vinification expert in a sense as he was the founder of Jackson Family Wines. As you can see, everything is tied in together and that is how traditional values operate. Jess Jackson instilled hard work, prayer and ethics into each of his children.
Their professional attitude and respect for the craft can be witnessed to this very day. Julia didn’t start out as interested in the business as her siblings did. She participated in modeling, and she went to school at Stanford University as well as Scripps College. After a degree or two, Julia spent time in France and this is when she found her passion for the industry. Julia followed in her mother’s footprints and opened her own nonprofit organization. Seeds of Empowerment is self explanatory as it celebrates the acceleration of women in the workplace. Julia also has her own vineyard as it falls under Cambria Estates. Tepusquet Vineyard Syrah is one of the company’s richest, deep-purple berry wines. All in all, traditional values are still intact here thanks to the essence of Jess Jackson.