Sommelier Casleah

Sommelier Casleah

Verified chef

Food safety certified

Sommelier Casleah is a Certified Sommelier with more than five years of experience in the wine industry, including being a floor sommelier for a Michelin-starred chef, and hosting sold out events throughout Napa Valley. She strives to make wine fun, approachable and exciting while hosting wine events and private in-home and virtual wine tastings. Sommelier Casleah also has her own wine label and a monthly wine club that showcases unique, small production and sustainably farmed wines.

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Team Building experiences

Food Tours

Cozymeal guest reviews for Sommelier Casleah

Koni H.


23 Feb 2022

Wine 101 was fun and informative!

Bendta F.


09 Feb 2022

Casleah, We had a fabulous time. The wines and cheeses you selected were fantastic. You are high energy and very engaging. ZOOM is such a challenge, but you made it fun, fun, fun! We're already looking ahead and planning with our adult kids and other family. Thank you.

Jill G.


29 Jan 2022

My husband and I took a Pinot Noir wine tasting class with Casleah. She is super bubbly and fun, and had a lot of information to share! We took away some things we had never heard before, which was much appreciated. There were only four other screens in our class, which was so nice. Casleah always paused to ask if there were any questions. There was a bit of participation. It would have been nice to have her ask more specific question to try and get people involved in the class more. Maybe ask each of us which wine we liked best? Or ask up front what we know or don't know about Pinot Noir. Casleah has so much to share, it would also have been nice to have a handout or two to follow along. She went rapid fire with her information and it was hard to keep up. We would have loved to have a map of France to follow her amazing review of all the types of regions and their wines as they related to wines we're familiar with. And/or have the map on the screen with her. So over all, LOVE the energy and loads of information, would have liked a bit more participation opportunities with specific questions asked by her to engage us, and resources we could print out and/or see on screen to follow as she talked about the wines.