Congratulations. Antonio Raya Pardo and his son are good friends of mine, and I have sold many of their guitars over the years. I was there in May and bought a flamenca negra made with wenge back and sides.
I am not Zavaletas, but do have a wenge B/S guitar. It is dense and quite resonant, plenty of overtones. More so than an EIR guitar built by the same luthier. So it definitely seems to lean more towards Brazilian in that sense.
@ albert Apart from its outstanding sound (although it is only a few weeks old for a spruce) I am amazed by ist geometry and set up. The neck is absolutely perfect and the fretboard so even. The body being slightly smaller than a Madrid guitar makes it even easier to handle it with both Hands. amazing aesthetics as well.
@ Arash: you can find his address on the internet. Mr Raya does not speak English, so the whole communication went through Google translator, not that this is a Problem. He has told me that his guitars are fully insured, in case something happens to her.
Out of curiosity, did you have to fill out any form required by the new CITES regulations in effect since 2 January 2017? If you did, was it a difficult process? I am assuming that the guitar contains rosewood.