SAN FRANCISCO — The tangled tale involving bonds issued for the failed Copia “wine shrine” in Napa, Calif., could reach a major turning point later this month when a bankruptcy judge will consider confirming a plan to conclude the museum’s almost 11-month-old bankruptcy case.

The nonprofit Copia operated an 80,000-square-foot museum and cultural center in the city of Napa. The late winemaker Robert Mondavi spearheaded construction of the facility, which sought to celebrate good food and wine and opened in 2001.

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