Aromi - I have to admit that Mazzolari Patchouli is one of the very best I've ever smelled. Between it and Patchouli Antique I would recomend Mazzolari. I have been saving up for a bottle myself but have not taken the jump, but I have tested it extensively. Mazzolari patchouli is balanced slightly with a soft amber base, but it is not as sweet as Patchouli Antique. Also it has a slight animalic note that I think comes from honey which is listed as a note - a very unusual and subtle twist for a patchouli scent.
Patchouly Indonesiano from Farm. Annunziata is a much colder patchouli scent because it has no amber, vanilla, chocolate, roses or anything sweet to balance the patchouli with. But, I am pretty sure they do mix in vetiver and possibly a mitti attar blended with patchouli for that dry earth scent. It is not a linear patchouli but is much earthier and cooler in its presentation than almost any others Ive tried. I have a bottle of this one and it is my favorite. Another of the gentler patchouli's I've tried is L'Artisan Patchouli Patch which is softened with osmanthus for an herbal peach note along with a very cool anise basenote. As you can probably tell I am a patchouli fan.
If you are wanting a very good patchouli that is a great value I recomend Reminiscene (correcion) Patchouli - "shameless plug" - I have a bottle for sale in the marketplace!
It is a favorite patchouli for many basenoters and is a bargain at the price.
A couple of other patchouli's that are pretty nice for the price are: Demeter Fragrance Library Naturals 2009 Patchouli (Sephora) and CB I Hate Perfume Patchouli Empire (water based) (Luckyscent). Both are nicely blended with very grassy elements. Demeter Naturals Patchouli has a nice orange opening before a grassy patchouli and Patchouli Empire is also very earthy patchouli but the base smells like old wood. Both are excellent. I am afraid I am offering too much not asked for information here.
Another thought that goes with your penchant for vintage fragrances is to score a vintage bottle of Gentleman Givenchy - nicely done patchouli.