Lompoc, CA (April 18, 2019) – Flying Goat Cellars is hosting a “Decade of Decadence” Winemaker Dinner with Winemaker Norm Yost and Restaurateur Mitchell Sjerven on Friday, May 3, at La Purisima Mission. This is the tenth year that the duo team up to bring an intimate dining experience in the romantic, rustic setting of the historic Franciscan mission located near the prestigious Sta. Rita Hills AVA in Lompoc.

Featured Chef Greg Murphy enjoys finding the essence of his cooking style in local and sustainable ingredients. “As always, looking forward to my favorite offsite event of the year,” says Chef Greg. He was recently on the cover of Food & Home: Santa Barbara’s Lifestyle Magazine, in the feature “The Best of Our Wine Country.”

Award-winning Winemaker Norm Yost will pour Goat Bubbles sparkling wine in the lovely mission garden, followed by a flight of his finest Pinots in the nearby padre’s dining room. Chef Greg’s culinary delights will complement each wine. With advance notice, dietary restrictions will be accommodated. This year marks Flying Goat’s thirteenth annual dinner at the mission; some guests return yearly for the extraordinary experience.

Tickets are $150 (plus tax) for Wine Club Members and guests; $175 (plus tax) for non club members. Reserve your seats at 805-736-9032 or [email protected] or

About Flying Goat Cellars

Flying Goat Cellars was established in Santa Barbara County in 2000, featuring vineyard designated Pinot Noirs. In 2005, Flying Goat launched the county’s first sparkling wine program and features five expressions of méthode champenoise Goat Bubbles.

About La Purisima Mission

La Purisima Mission is a California State Historic Park, offering restored buildings, period livestock, visitors center and exhibit hall to explore local heritage. The mission was an early cultivator of wine grapes for sacramental wines. Mision La Purisima Concepcion de Maria Santisima was founded on December 8, 1787 by Franciscan Padre Presidente Fermin Francisco Lasuen. La Purisima was the eleventh mission of the twentyone Spanish Missions established in what later became the state of California.