(2021) From a much more bountiful crop than 2021, where Cloudy Bay green harvested to reduce yields, this made to a similar recipe as the 2021, though with a touch less oak used for fermentation (around 3%). I've had a few chances to taste bottle-aged Cloudy Bay before and it is often impressive, as is this: it doesn't have the succulence and density of the 2021, but has such a lovely, firm lime peel edge, touches of butter and honey developing, and lots of sweet fruit on the mid-palate. It finishes with softer acidity than the 2021 now, but has definition and plenty of appeal. Not available in UK retail at time of review.