Meet our team! We look forward to assisting you in any way we can and making your experience with La Sirena a pleasant and memorable one.
Remi Barrett – Sales & Marketing
Remi grew up in Calistoga and began working at Chateau Montelena (during the summer and after school) at a young age. She went on to attend UC Davis to study English Literature and Creative Writing, working in the Montelena tasting room during the summer. After graduating in 2009, Remi represented Montelena at Press Club in San Francisco before officially joining the La Sirena Winery team in Sales and Marketing in the spring of 2010. When not traveling or selling wine, Remi lives in San Francisco with her husband Erich, and sings and plays in her synthpop band Vice Reine. WSET Level 2
Laurie Wolfe – Details Director/Office Manager
Laurie is a third-generation Napa native, who grew up riding her horse in the vineyards of Napa Valley. She attended college in San Diego and then CSU Sacramento, where she graduated with a degree in Journalism and minor in Marketing. She eventually returned to Napa Valley to work alongside her father and grandfather in a family business. Transitioning to the wine industry was a goal and has been a passion for 16 years. Joining the La Sirena team in 2017 as resident “Details Director” is the next exciting chapter. Laurie lives in Napa with her husband, Marlon, and Pomeranian, Foxie. She enjoys salsa dancing and the adventure of traveling the world.
David Schultze – Hospitality Director
Originally from Wisconsin, David has been in the wine industry in Napa since 2007. He worked for Joseph Phelps Vineyards in hospitality and sales for over 10 years, and has also worked with Wheeler Farms, Elizabeth Spencer Wines and BRAND Napa Valley. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and cycling, as well as SCUBA diving and snorkeling. Born and raised in Wisconsin, David is no stranger to the cold, but prefers the California “winter” to that of his home state. He graduated with a degree in Geography from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and enjoys the similar connection that wine offers tying people and places together.