First things first: you don’t necessarily need another VST for that, what you are looking for is a library that works in a VST like Decent Sampler or Sforzando / Sfizz (or if you have: Kontakt, Falcon or any other commercial sample engine).
There are plenty of good libraries here on Pianobook and on the web, just try a few and keep the ones you like most. If you want to play intricate solos, you most likely are looking for many velocity layers and round-robins, so that it sounds as realistic as it can get.
Piano in 162 (huge, almost 5 gb, SFZ):
Salamander Grand Piano by Alexander Holm (SFZ):
Maestro Grand by Mats Helgesson (SFZ):
From the Pianobook library these are some of the ones I liked and kept:
Bechstein 1911 Upright
Grand Studio A
Another option would be physical modelling based piano VSTs, Pianoteq for example