ZoZo's at The Sugar Mill



“Though wine and food are inextricably linked in most parts of the world, in Italy they are fervently wedded” –Karen MacNeil, The Wine Bible

We take great pride in our wine selection and offer only the highest quality choices to our guests.  Enjoy bottles from around the globe, with a special concentration on tremendous Italian wine.  We keep our red wines at 62 degrees in our temperature controlled wine room.  If you would like to enjoy a bottle of your own, there will be a $35 corkage fee.

Bottles of wines are also available for purchase to take away! Call 340.693.9200 or stop by in person and ask for a manger.



NV Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne:  Reims, France 20

A good amount of Pinot Noir in this blend creates a nose of toast, apple and citrus. The finish is full with almonds and vanilla.


NV La Marca Prosecco:  Veneto, Italy 12

Here’s a value worth celebrating: a thick, full-bodied sparkler. Not a Champagne, but drinks like one.


2016 Miraval Rose:  Provence, France 14

With its decadent petal-pink color, nuanced refreshing acidity and bright minerality, Miraval is the perfect expression of the region.


2015 Cakebread Sauvignon Blanc:  Napa Valley, California 15

From the award winning Cakebread family comes a crisp, clean, medium bodied Sauvignon Blanc with green apple, lime and citrus flavors.


2014 Jordan Chardonnay:  Russian River, California 16

Balanced, elegant and lean from one of the top Chardonnay producers in California. Bright fresh lemon flavors with a long graceful finish.


2016 Bottega Vinaia Pinot Grigio:  Trentino, Italy 13

A very traditional style of Pinot Grigio. Medium bodied with melon and mineral flavors, and a fresh slightly dry finish.


2015 Batasiolo Gavi:  Piedmont, Italy 14

A light to medium bodied wine from Italy’s premier wine district. Aromas of pear, nectarine and honey with good acidity and a clean finish.


2015 Loosen “Dr. L” Riesling:  Mosel, Germany 12

A lively, medium sweet wine with aromas of fresh flowers and grapefruit.


2013 Brandlin Cabernet Sauvignon:  Napa Valley, California 21

Cassis and violet, along with baking spice on the nose. Firm tannic structure frames the ripe dark fruit and clove with new oak and licorice on the finish. A great glass of wine that is sure to impress.


2013 Ruffino Chianti Classico Riserva:  Tuscany, Italy 15

This medium bodied dry red from the heart of Tuscany is aged in oak for 16 months, giving soft hints of spice on the finish.



2014 Martinelli “Bella Vigne” Pinot Noir:  Russian River, California 16

Bright crushed cherry dominates this medium bodied pinot with currant on the nose. Great with either meat or fish.


2011 Frescobaldi Brunello di Montalcino:  Tuscany, Italy 20

This vintage of the CastelGiocondo best displays the over 700 years of winemaking experience at Frescobaldi. Big and dense with crushed berries and tanned leather on the nose.


2012 Zenato Amarone:  Valpolicella, Italy 19

A big full bodied wine with packed berry fruit and chocolate on the nose. Luscious, complex and very rare to find by the glass.



2016 Miraval Rose:  Provence, France 56

The perfect refresher for the warmer Caribbean weather. Ripe strawberry and mineral flavors with a complex finish.


2015 Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc:  Marlborough, New Zealand 70

A light, clean Sauvignon Blanc with green apple on the nose and grassy overtones on the crisp finish.


2015 Bruno Giacosa Arneis: Piedmont, Italy 62

This is the only white wine from a producer known for his full bodied Barolos. Almond and violets on the nose, slate and spice on the palate.


2015 Galerie “Naissance” Sauvignon Blanc: Napa Valley, California 60

Inspired by the Loirre Valley, this medium bodied wine combines flavors of fresh lime, hints of vanilla, clean minerality and striking acidity.


2013 Cuvaison Chardonnay:  Carneros, California 46

A medium bodied classic California Chardonnay. Lush, tropical flavors on the palate are balanced nicely with lightly toasted oak on the finish.


2013 Lewis Cellars Chardonnay:  Napa Valley, California 90

A soft core wrapped in natural acidity with notes of creamy pear, lime and baking spice. The thick texture and rich butter with subtle minerality brings complexity and length to this gem from Randy Lewis.


2014 Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio: Val D’Adige, Italy 54

Clean and crisp, with lemon grass and lime zest, this world famous wine can be enjoyed as an aperitif or paired with seafood and lighter savory dishes.


2014 Far Niente Chardonnay:  Napa Valley, California 110

Gil and Beth Nickel present a firm and intense, well-focused and vibrant Chardonnay, centered on spicy citrus and green apple with hints of honeysuckle and flinty stone. This beautiful wine lingers on the finish, with a pithy edge to the lemon and green stone fruit notes.


2014 Joseph Drouhin Puligny Montrachet 165

From the limestone soils of Cote de Beaune, this is a wine of finesse. Aromas evoke trees in bloom and white peaches. Silky on the palate with restrained oak and a rich lingering finish both floral and fruity.




2006 Dom Perignon Champagne:  Epernay, France 175

The original and still the best. A deep powerful Champagne with brioche, pear and lemon on the nose. With its crisp acidity and elegant finish, this is the perfect way to start your evening.


NV Nicolas Feuillatte Brut:  Chouilly, France 65

Intense floral, sweet citrus fruit and honeysuckle aromas, with a bright, fresh palate. This wine is cellar aged for at least 2 years, creating an easy drinking, clean Champagne.


NV Veuve Clicquot Brut:  Reims, France 80

There is a good amount of Pinot Noir in this blend. The nose starts off with toast, apple and citrus, and leads into a full, dense finish of almonds and vanilla.


NV Moet & Chandon Imperial Rose:  Epernay, France 105

Salmon colored with smooth flavors and fine, persistent bubbles, subtle berry flavors lend a delicate touch to this full bodied rosé.


2009 Louis Roederer “Cristal” Champagne: Reims, France 375

Produced as early as 1876, but only in years of phenomenal growth. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir blend to form a true harmony of flavors, senses and silky textures. It’s Caneel Bay…you’re on vacation…treat yourself.




2014 Domaine Carneros Pinot Noir:  Carneros, California 55

A light, fruit forward, pretty style of Pinot Noir bursting with fresh berry flavors and soft tannins.


2012 Mazzei “Philip” Cabernet Sauvignon:  Tuscany, Italy 75

This stylish wine opens with aromas of red berry, Mediterranean herb and cedar. The silky, elegant palate doles out bright currant, blackberry and white pepper. New World spirit from the heart of Old World Italy.



2013 Shea Wine Cellars “Estate” Pinot Noir:  Willamette Valley, Oregon 80

All of the fruit for this wine is grown by Dick and Diedre Shea. The nose offers black cherry and rich earthiness, accented with violet floral notes. The palate is full and complex with hints of cocoa on the rich finish.


2012 Banfi “La Lus” Albarossa:  Piedmont, Italy 52

The only expression of Albarossa, a grape created from a crossing of Barbera and Chatus, exported to the United States. With its intense ruby color and round, soft tannins, this is a memorable modern Piedmontese red.


2011 Allegrini Palazzo Della Torre:  Valpolicella, Italy 55

A dark blend made in part with the “Amarone” method of pressing sun-dried grapes into the wine. Ripe berry on the palate and a rustic finish.


2015 Vina Cobos “Felino” Malbec:  Napa Valley, California 60

Once a blending grape, Malbec is the new Merlot. Acclaimed wine producer Paul Hobbs brings us this unfiltered Malbec displaying intense minerality with bright fruit, a hint of anise and dark mocha.


2011 Freemark Abbey Cabernet Sauvignon:  Napa Valley, California 50

This medium bodied, easy drinking Cabernet is dark in color with aromas of fresh raspberry, red cherries and vanilla.


2013 Martinelli “Vigneto di Evo” Zinfandel:  Russian River, California 65

An American barrel blend from Martinelli’s single vineyard sites. Firm on entry with bright stone fruit, nectarine skin and light tannins on the palate giving way to a finish of spicy plum.


2011 Marques de Grinon Petit Verdot:  Dominio de Valdepusa, Spain 80

Black in color, this rare offering smells of sea salt, currant and leather. The palate is saturated, balanced with oaky blackberry flavors and a burst of acidity with a tannic muscular finish.


2012 Giuseppe Cortese “Rabaja” Barbaresco: Piedmont, Italy 85

Aromas of dark berry, licorice and oregano lead the nose. The structured palate offers red and black cherry, clove, tobacco and a hint of orange zest alongside firm, ripe tannins.


2013 Prisoner Wine Co. “Thorn” Merlot:  Napa Valley, California 70

Prisoner preserved a few lots not replanted to Cabernet to create this luscious blend with Syrah and Malbec. Full fruit and savory spice develop into melted chocolate on the finish.


2012 Michele Chiarlo Barolo:  Piedmont, Italy 80

The king of wines at a working man’s price. This medium bodied red features aromas of mint, red fruit and tobacco with deep flavors of cherry and leather on the slightly dry finish.


2013 Merry Edwards Pinot Noir:  Sonoma Coast, California 100

This savory blend of classic French and American clones from the Queen of Pinot is Noir is lush on the palate with a kick of acidity and a velvet finish of earth, soy and black olive.


2013 Antinori “Tignanello” Super Tuscan:  Tuscany, Italy 115

The original Super Tuscan from the most well respected winemaker in Italy. This blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon is big and bold with supple tannins.


2014 Stag’s Leap “Artemis” Cabernet Sauvignon:  Napa Valley, California 95

The third in a string of stellar vintages from the famous Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar. Balanced oak, bold fig and cassis with a finish that lasts makes this hard to pass up.


2013 Keplinger “Mars”:  Moon Mountain, California 150

From a west coast mountaintop that looks like planet Mars, this Grenache/Syrah blend offers a complexity of sensations. Sweet red licorice and Earl Grey tea aromas with a palate of savory cinnamon stick, pewter and tangerine make every sip memorable.



2011 Col D’Orcia Brunello di Montalcino:  Tuscany, Italy 110

Pine forest floor, ripe berry and new leather are just some of the aromas in this structured red. The chewy palate flexes muscle and restraint while firm, ripe tannins provide the framework. Ready to drink now.




2012 Pio Cesare “Il Bricco” Barbaresco:  Piedmont, Italy 150

Only made in Exceptional vintages, this barbaresco has real class. This is a very traditional style with violets and tar on the nose, and lots of earth and mineral on the palate. Very full bodied and elegant.


2013 Shafer “One Point Five” Cabernet Sauvignon:  Napa Valley, California 145

This is a full bodied, plush, classic Napa Valley Cabernet offering aromas of dark cherry, black currant, cassis and chocolate. The finish is long and polished, with well defined tannins and beautiful structure.



2012 Sassacaia:  Bolgheri, Italy 325

The Godfather of the Big Boy Page. Dense, ripe fruit aromas on the nose with smokey notes of cedar, tobacco, and vanilla. This combines with soft tannins to create another phenomenal vintage from Tenuta San Guido.


2014 Kosta Brown Pinot Noir: Russian River, California 200

This prestigious Pinot Noir is loaded with notions of black raspberries, clove and underbrush. Full bodied, concentrated and textured, the Kosta packs in plenty of fruit while retaining the elegance and purity of the varietal.\


2010 Shafer “Relentless” Syrah:  Napa Valley, California 200

While the succulent blueberry, bacon and new oak flavors are delightful, it’s the structure that makes this blend stand out. The tannins are as gorgeous as you’ll find from Napa, and the acidity is delicate and finessed.


2013 Ornellaia:  Tuscany, Italy 275

Exquisitely balanced, full bodied and dense: a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot with complex aromas of espresso, vanilla, cedar and currant.



2012 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon:  Napa Valley, California 225

This flagship wine, aged exclusively in new American Oak and bottled 20 months before release, is jammy, intense and serious. It boasts a strong bouquet driven by aromas of boysenberries and coffee with sandalwood, ripe berries and tobacco on the palate.


2004 Sergio Zenato Amarone Classico “Riserva”:  Verona, Italy 300

The Zenato family’s signature wine. A very traditional, old world style Amarone that is drinking at its peak right now. Big, sumptuous, full bodied, and loaded with dark fruit, licorice, spice and chocolate.



2013 Continuum Estate Vineyard Proprietary Red:  Napa Valley, California 400

Continuum’s self-proclaimed best vintage yet. 100% estate grown, produced and bottled, this luscious deep purple blend offers cassis, cardamom, espresso and graphite on the nose, and plum, black cherry and roasted coffee on the complex finish. 99 points from California Wine Advisors.


2013 Masseto: Tuscany, Italy 850

Considered the Italian Petrus by many experts, this is a rare and special bottle of world class Merlot. Full bodied, dark fruit and earthy spice with a long, elegant finish.