Yup, I’m a big fan of both of those ones too and have a case of the Thymiopolous 2019s sat in reserves to get some age on them, and a few here at home to check in on over the next few years. They should really develop well IMO. Xinomavro can make for some astonishing Rosés.
The Liatiko is very nice too, but more of a [delicious!] BBQ quaffer for me. I always make sure to have a few of them to hand in our wine fridge. Ditto the Liatiko red - a delicious chilled red wine for a BBQ that one too. Even with BBQd fish.
I’ve always loved Rosés and have never quite understood the slight disdain in which they can be held by some folk, I must confess.