Louisiana Cookin'


THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT WINE that has a way of bringing people together. Jeff Landry of Landry Vineyards calls it a fellowship drink. Fitting for all seasons, the revered libation is often the mark of a joyous celebration at hand.

Twenty years ago, Jeff and his wife, Libby, planted their first grapes on 2 acres in Folsom, and within three years, their vineyard produced 10 tons of grapes. Initially, the harvest was intended for use by another

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