When two dozen invited wine industry professionals take their seats at the head table at the New York Wine, Beer and Spirits Summit later this month, they’ll have specific goals in mind. So will Governor Andrew Cuomo, and that includes his desire to make sure the summit is not bogged down by two recurring debates: wine in grocery stores, and hydrofracking. Several sources confirm that the summit will be geared toward other issues, leaving the volatile hot buttons for another day. Indeed, Governor Cuomo has repeatedly stated his opposition to wine in grocery stores, and his administration continues to review fracking. The summit is not designed as a lobbying opportunity. Instead, the summit will focus on how to promote and grow the industries. Dozens of industry leaders will be invited, with a roundtable featuring some of the most prominent names from the Finger Lakes, Long Island, Hudson Valley, Niagara, and…