First Vintage of Flying Goat Produced
Winemaker Norm Yost launches his own wine label, Flying Goat Cellars.
First Pinot Noir Released
We introduce our first wines at Santa Barbara County Vintners Festival and launch website/newsletter.
First Goat Bubbles and Pinot Gris Produced
We produce our first vintage of Goat Bubbles Rosé and Pinot Gris, Nielson Vineyard.
Awarded Best in Class and Sweepstakes Winner
We win Best in Class & Red Sweepstakes winner at the 2007 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition for our 2005 Flying Goat Pinot Noir, Rancho Santa Rosa Vineyard.
First YNOT Pinot Noir Produced
We launch our second label for Pinot Noir, YNOT, from Santa Barbara County vineyards.
Winery Purchased & Tasting Room Opened
We purchase production space at Crown Laurel and open a Tasting Room in the Lompoc Wine Ghetto.
Kate Joined the Team
Kate Griffith marries Norm Yost and their partnership evolves into a family of wines.
Club Celebrate and new Goat Bubbles Label Launched
Club Celebrate, the first sparkling wine club in Santa Barbara County, offers exclusive membership for méthode champenoise Goat Bubbles. New Goat Bubbles label designed by Mark Oliver.
Fifth expression of Goat Bubbles released
Goat Bubbles offers five expressions of méthode champenoise sparkling wines. Every bottle is hand riddled, disgorged, waxed and labeled with love.
Flying Goat's 20th Harvest
Norm Yost celebrates his 20th harvest with Flying Goat Cellars.
We Are Open w/Outdoor Seating!
Norm, Cooper and Kate are hosting wine tastings outside to be compliant with the Governor's COVID-19 mandate and for everyone's safety. "Barrel tasting" seats, James Wolfe sculpture and flowers have been integrated into the patio setting. Katie Bridges is making guest appearances and you can purchase her artwork Katie Marie Artistry.
Reservations are recommended but are not required. You may call Kate at 805-588-0996 or email email@example.com.
Please arrive with a mask on. When you are seated, you will be allowed to remove your mask. Please respect social distancing guidelines of 6-feet spacing. Our neighbors have also set up outdoor seating so the Lompoc Wine Ghetto is rocking with fun wine tasting opportunities!