Katie Jackson, the 24-year-old daughter of Cambria Winery proprietor Barbara Banke and wine industry pioneer Jess Jackson, cannot remember a time when the art and business of making wine wasn’t part of almost every aspect of her life. To document her experiences and share a “behind the scenes” look at Cambria, Katie has launched a blog that covers day-to-day life at the Santa Maria, California based winery, as well as Katie’s trials and triumphs in the kitchen, her exploration of local Central Coast cuisine and culture, and the making of her namesake wine, the Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay.”Katie Jackson;
In 1986 Barbara Banke acquired a large portion of the original Tepusquet Vineyard (planted between 1970 and 1971) Santa Barbara to serve as the site for Cambria winery for it’s potential to produce outstanding Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah. Over the last two decades the vineyard has been expanded, replanted and updated with new clones and ro

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