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Flying Goat Cellars Hosts 21st Birthday Party: Finally Legal to Drink Wine! 

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Lompoc, CA (September 8, 2021) – All are invited to join a 21st birthday celebration for Flying  Goat Cellars on Saturday, September 18, from 1-4pm at the Tasting Room in Lompoc. Founded  in 2000, Flying Goat Cellars is now legally old enough to drink wine! Join in the merriment with  $10 tastings for both flights (Pinot and sparkling), gift raffles and Grassy Bar Oysters (think  Bubbles!) Other tasty snacks will be paired with the wines, as well. Flying Goat Cellars Tasting  Room is located at 1520 E. Chestnut Court in the Lompoc Wine Ghetto.  

2021 marks Flying Goat Cellars’ 21st year in business as a leader in age-worthy wines. This is the  22nd vintage for Flying Goat Pinot Noirs and the 17th vintage for Goat Bubbles. This is also  Winemaker Norm Yost’s 42nd harvest because he worked one harvest in the northern  hemisphere (U.S.) and one harvest in the southern hemisphere (Australia) in 1990, thus two  harvests in one year. Yost became an industry leader when he launched the first sparkling wine  program in Santa Barbara County in 2005 with Goat Bubbles. A short chronology of Flying Goat  history is available at https://flyinggoatcellars.com/pages/our-history

Flying Goat Cellars is a family owned and operated winery dedicated to producing age-worthy  Pinot and Sparkling Wine since 2000. Flying Goat produces about 2,500 cases a year and  includes three labels: Flying Goat, Goat Bubbles and YNOT. Flying Goat focuses on vineyard  designated Pinot Noirs and Pinot Gris from Sta. Rita Hills AVA and Santa Maria Valley AVA. Goat  Bubbles offers five méthode champenoise sparkling wines made in-house: Rosé, Blanc de  Blancs, Blanc de Noirs, Crémant and Brut Cuvée. YNOT offers a popular restaurant “By The  Glass” (BTG) Pinot Noir and a Chardonnay from the finest of Santa Barbara County vineyards. 

In 2008, the Flying Goat Cellars Tasting Room opened in the Lompoc Wine Ghetto. Reservations  are recommended by not required. COVID mandates are in practice for the safety of all guests.

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