As the old saying goes, “the more things change, the more things say the same.” This notion rings true in real life and especially for certain circumstances. Change is good and change is inevitable. If you don’t evolve with the times then you’ll get left behind. Winemaking has been around for centuries. This process takes place on just about every continent other than Antarctica. One of the very best economical brands on the market today is known as Jackson Family Wines. This company is revolutionizing the industry thanks to its great business practices, and its great quality of wines.Barbara Banke, and her late husband Jess Jackson founded the company back in the early 1980s. Jess Jackson was a wine extraordinaire as he had a firm understanding of soils and climates. Barbara handled more of the savvy business work.
The couple, and their children have been working the grounds of California’s Santa Maria Valley for up to 30 years. With such growth, Jackson Family Wines have expanded into Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Julia Jackson, the youngest daughter of the couple, has helped take the company to new levels. She serves as a representative and as a proprietor. Thanks to her studio art degree from Scripps College, Julia has been able to use those skills in designing the company’s bottle art work as well as the design of the company’s website. Julia Jackson’s “Seeds of Empowerment” foundation serves the community, and it annually donates hundreds of thousands of dollars. Jackson Family Wines is still looking to expand when the time is right. As of now, its Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Noir wines are on many individuals shopping lists. This is the blueprint to success in winemaking industry. Though the company’s ability to expand has enhanced over time, its core principles have remained the same.