Selling out quickly doesn't surprise me at all. They probably only made a barrel or two of it. (Figure 250-350 bottles per barrel.) And it is aged for almost 1.5 years; so unless they have more in process I wouldn't think they would have more available soon. It could just be the normal Nosotros Reposado aged an extra four months. So maybe it won't be too much longer before they have another batch available. (Assuming they make more.) Of course that would mean having more, hand blown, bottles made as well.