A misty ruby color dresses Becker's 2011 Sankt Paul Spätburgunder GG, a highly interesting Pinot Noir from the family's monopole inside the huge Schweigener Sonnenberg. The wine displays pure, fresh and fleshy cherry and red berry aromas. Full-bodied, fresh and fruity, this is a velvety textured, finesse-full and elegant wine; it has great intensity and length, but not too much alcohol. The fruit is very natural here and the low sulfur dosage gives it an extra vitality and salubriousness. There is more beauty and fruitiness here than in the Kammerberg, but the vines are still young and the wine will gain more complexity in the next ten to 20 years. This is Becker's most promising Pinot Noir.