A 15-year veteran in wine and spirits, Noah Singerman’s love for wine was sparked by his upbringing in Sonoma County, California. His passion soon leading him to career in wine, Singerman got his start working in various restaurants along the coast of California before relocating to New York City over a decade ago. While in New York, he served as a Beverage Director at Five Points in NOHO and Walter Foods in Williamsburg, Assistant Wine Director at The Standard Hotel West, Head Sommelier at The Dutch in SOHO, and Wine Director at Saxon and Parole on The Bowery. Singerman found his passion lay not only in selecting wines, but also in spreading knowledge, leading wine education at every restaurant where he’s worked and teaching courses at The Brooklyn Kitchen and Back Label Wine Shop in Manhattan. He has also been published in Wine & Spirit magazine, Somm Journal and Edible Charleston. He and his wife relocated to Charleston, SC where he served as the Beverage Director of Scarecrow, Feathertop Kitchen & Café. In Fall of 2016, Noah joined The Neighborhood Dining Group as Sommelier of Husk Charleston.