Even a legend changes things up over time. In Nadal's youth? He played long, grueling, "extended maceration" type points. As he aged? He began attacking the net, shortening points, playing more pointedly, more brightly, more vibrantly. Is one better than the other? No, of course not! Same here, where Olga Raffault's granddaughter continues to make the famed "Picasses" bottling in the deeper traditional style... but also makes this, done with half the maceration time. Think of it a counterpoint, all fresh and lively and attacking the net.