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Clarification to our Spanish Living Status

My last post, evidently, sounded a bit weird to some of you. I guess people assumed we were leaving the land of Tempranillo and moving back to the States. I promise you that nothing could be further from the truth. As of late, we actually feel more connected to Spain than the States. Therefore, we are only heading back to get some R & R and to see family for the holidays. As a result, I also wanted to let you know that we will be slowing down our posting until about the 8th of January when Gabriella returns to teaching. I, on the other hand, will be staying on a bit longer as I have some paperwork to take care of. I won’t be returning until approximately the 30th of January when I hit the road again on some serious wine adventures. We anticipate some really fun content coming together in the new year, so stay tuned. You can also look forward to some podcasts coming soon covering two California Tempranillo producers and our annual year end look back! Thanks again for all the support you’ve all shown over the past year, and we look forward to a new year full of Iberian wine, IN IBERIA!!!!

Till soon,

Ryan Opaz