Belle Epoque

Who wanted to be ‘En Vogue’, who went in the “Maxime’s” – that was already in the Golden twenties, and it remains so. No other establishment in the City provides this special aura of unforgettable Belle Epoque. The establishment, ennobled in 1979 as “Monument Historique”, is characterized by the Jugendstil, Art Nouveau,: Creeper-like turned wood, coloured glass, flashing golden brass. Another legend took over in 1981 (“one of the largest futurists of the present”, Suddeutsche Zeitung) the “Maxime’s”: the fashion designer Pierre Cardin. The all-rounder was received by Fidel Castro, Nelson Mandela, and Michael Gorbatschow, dressed the Beatles and is a member of the French Academy of fine arts as the only Couturier. He partially transformed the legendary restaurant to a Museum, and opened Maxime-restaurants in Monte Carlo, Brussels, Geneva, Beijing, Shanghai, and Tokyo. None could reach the incomparable aura of the Paris original of course. This Parisian legend was to honor the limited “Maxime’s de Paris Negroamaro Rosso Salento” created. He promises the most remarkable wines, is full-bodied and rounded, particularly fruit stressed and indefinitely on the finish. In the wine shelf of every connoisseur, this treasure should not be missed, because the Negroamaro is considered in addition to the fine-sounding name of shooting star under the vines. To apply for only 13.80 (price reduced!) on history to enjoy!