Since you like naturalness in roses (as do I), I think you would like Annick Goutal Rose Absolue-- but get the eau de parfum, not the more recently-released concentration called "eau parfumÃ©e", which is much lighter and more fleeting. This is six different roses, combined.
Again, I think you would like Montale Highness Rose, which a parfum. This is just a simple, natural rose that smells very like my rugosa, "Roseraie de l'Hay". Highness Rose wears close to the skin and lasts a long time. See The Perfume Shoppe for this fragrance if you can't get it locally.
Jo Malone Red Roses is, in my opinion, not as good as Creed FdTRB. I have not been able to feel any desire for it, much as I love rose scents.
Diptyque L'Ombre Dans L'Eau is fantastic but utterly different from any other rose I've smelled-- with its blackcurrant and Bulgarian rose, it somehow manages to smell of fresh tomato leaves-- that smell when you have a just-picked tomato in your hand. I'm sure you know what smell I mean. It is not a shy scent by any means.
Rosine Un Zeste de Rose is citrusy and pretty but too fleeting for me.
Diptyque Eau Rose did not make a big first impression on me, but I will have to try it again. I remember finding it quite light.
HermÃ¨s Rose Ikebana is not particularly rosy. Big grapefruity top note there. Very nice, though I find I wear it when I'm in the mood for a citrus, not a rose.