Home Wine Reviews 1. France Benjamin & David Duclaux, Côte-Rôtie La Germine, Rhône 2015 John Livingstone-Learmonth November 1, 2016 Score 93 Drink: 2019-2035 Grape Variety: Syrah Benjamin & David Duclaux, Côte-Rôtie La Germine 2015 A well-knit Côte-Rôtie that holds a sustained juiciness. It is long and full-blooded with good potential. Taster: John Livingstone Learmonth Alc 13.5% Buy now: UKEnquire with UK agents Vine Trail and Wine Society For Premium Readers The hill of Hermitage is situated on the east bank of the Rhône. Credit: Ivoha / Alamy Stock Photo Getting to know red Hermitage Ramón Bilbao Mirto is a 100% Tempranillo sourced from the estate's best vineyards in Rioja Alta. Credit: bodegasramonbilbao.es Ramón Bilbao Mirto: A Rioja vertical The new line-up from Haut-Bailly. Credit: Haut-Bailly Producer profile: Château Haut-Bailly California and Prohibition: Collateral damage Latest Wine News egwineco.com How good is canned wine? Boris Johnson is a fan of Tignanello. Credit: Wikipedia / Estonian Presidency delegation at EU. What might prime minister Boris Johnson mean for the wine trade?