Copia retools yet again
26 Mar 2008 by Linda Murphy
Napa city’s Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food, and the Arts, is undergoing another makeover – its second since it opened its doors in 1999 amid great fanfare and the endorsement of Robert Mondavi and Julia Child – in an attempt to appeal to a broader range of wine and food lovers.   With the recent appointment of a new president/CEO, Copia expects to fully abandon its original platform as a shrine to wine, food and art – a place so eclectic that few paid to see it – and embrace its role as a venue for community events and a tasting hall for wine and food for the masses rather than the...

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