I, too, love the old Diorella. Newer versions (and there have been many) have been too sweet or too melon or too much like "wet dog". Diorella was my "go to" fragrance. It was perfect in all seasons and for all occasions. I loved the soaring bergamot, the salty oakmoss & the wonderful patchouli. All of those ingredients are now banned or restricted by the new regulations regarding perfumes. Treasure your vintage bottle. I currently have two different versions and I am not happy with either one. And no, the other Dior's are nothing like Diorella. For that matter, there is no fragrance in existence like the old Diorella. It was unique.