James Nurre was Appointed as Director of Talent Acquisition at Jackson Family Wines

Date of management change: February 21, 2019 

What Happened?

Santa Rosa, California-based Jackson Family Wines Appointed James Nurre as Director of Talent Acquisition


About the Company

Jackson Family Wines, based in Sonoma County – in the heart of California`s wine country – is one of the few family-owned and operated winery groups of its kind. Founded in 1983 with a focus on artisanal wines of distinct character and quality, Jackson Family Wines` portfolio of wineries includes Kendall-Jackson, La Crema, Freemark Abbey, Murphy-Goode, Stonestreet, Matanzas Creek and Cambria (plus many more!), as well as a collection of luxury wineries such as Cardinale, Lokoya and Verite. Today, the Jackson family carries the formidable legacy of founder Jess Jackson forward to the next generation. We continue to embed our core values of land stewardship, inspired winemaking and a respect for wine at the table into the company`s local and worldwide practices. All of JFW`s wineries reflect a unique quality story steeped in extraordinary vineyards, remarkable artisan winemaking and the dedication of hard working, talented individuals. This philosophy is often called sustainability, but for us it`s all about providing environmental, social and economic benefits that our family, employees and community can all share – now and in the future. 2015 North Bay Business Journal`s Best Places to Work Winner!


About the Person

James Nurre is Director of Talent Acquisition at Jackson Family Wines. Previously, James held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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