Julia Jackson and Cambria Seeds of Empowerment

Julia JacksonCambria Seeds of Empowerment are a nonprofit that was founded by Julia Jackson of Jackson-Family Wines. She is one of the talented proprietors of the award winning company and is also committed to paying it forward with the Cambria foundation. They are focused on highlighting women who have successfully overcome adversity.Barbara Banke is Julia Jackson’s mother and has proved to be an extraordinary role model for her. Jackson realizes what an incredible advantage this has been for her and wishes to provide the same opportunity for other girls and young women with the foundation. She admires her mother’s business sense and ability to run the company. She also relays that her mother is a very authentic person with a strong sense of self. The Cambria Seeds of Empowerment foundation are all about celebrating Warrior Women. These types of women effectively deal with adversity and life’s hardships while also displaying strength as a woman in leadership roles with significant impact. There are three traits that characterize these women and they are equality, community, and spirit. Julia Jackson

Cambria awards cash grants to organizations that exhibit these qualities. Julia Jackson strongly feels that there aren’t enough positive role models for young women to look up to in the media. Cambria hopes to remedy that by highlighting those women who excel in the face of adversity and show strong leadership in business.Formal education was very important to Jackson and she achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from Scripps College. Here, she found an opportunity to develop her artistic side and later secured a Certificate in General Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.Champ de Rêves is one brand that Jackson-Family produces and its claim to fame is their production of Pinot Noir. This is a premier product of the high altitude conditions of Anderson Valley in Mendocino County. Jackson-Family specializes in crafting wines with remarkable distinction from unique growing conditions and this is a fine example.

There’s Much More To Napa Valley Than Wine

We all go to Napa Valley for one thing: wine. It is THE go-to destination for wine aficionados in the United States. The gorgeous, tempted climate is perfect for growing grapes and makes for a luxurious getaway. Yet, there is so much more to Napa Valley beyond the wines and wineries. When a Traveling Vineyard Wine Guide visits Napa Valley, they take in the entire micro region and all it has to offer. If you want to travel like a Wine Guide, check out these places:

First, the Napa Art Walk is an incredible sight to see. Soaring 3D sculptures of every shape and texture loom above you in the day light. All of these sculptures are actually for sale, so who knows, you may bring home an interesting piece for your backyard. Second there is an incredible Napa Valley Historical Society that showcases exactly what the Napa Valley region and its inhabitants were like over a hundred years ago. This is the perfect stop for a historic buff. You can also stop in to the Silverado Cooking School and learn a few master tricks from local chefs that will be sure to delight your family back home.

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The Traveling Vineyard Wine Guides are a guide to Napa Valley located right in your time town. The concept launched in 2001. Many people either go to Napa and bring back a few bottles, then long for more, or have not been to Napa yet and want to try the wonderful wines that come from that region. Wine Guides know that it is nearly impossible to know if you truly like a wine until you have a proper tasting. That concept launched the Traveling Vineyard company.

The concept is simple. Wine Guides will come to a house or business and set up an in-home wine tasting. This can be done with a meal, cheeses or an olive oil tasting for a truly fun experience for your guests. They bring the wine for all to taste and after the event, guests simply choose which wines they would like to purchase and they are shipped directly to them.

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