NAPA Calif. Creditors are looking to recover about $78 million in bond debt as the Nov. 12 deadline approaches for proposals to buy the 17-acre site of Copia, the American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts in the Napa Valley.The wine country destination created by wine maker Robert Mondavi and culinary icon Julia Child closed and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last November. Creditors ACA Financial Guaranty Corp., the insurer of Copia’s bonds and a secured creditor, hired ...

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