Guests at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar can now enjoy a glass of Vérité La Joie 2012, a rare 100-point Bordeaux-style red blend from Vérité Winery in Sonoma County, CA. The Verité La Joie 2012 was rated a perfect 100 points by Robert Parker, founder of the 100-point wine quality scale.
The award-winning vintage features “exuberant notes of red currant, black plum and cherry framed by subtle French oak nuances like powdered cocoa and cedar with a balanced finish,” according to Stephen Blevins, director of wine for Fleming’s Prime. The steakhouse serves the Vérité La Joie 2012 in a Riedel Performance cabernet sauvignon glass, which is known for showcasing the bouquet and flavors of fine wine.
Flemings’s notes that the Coravin Wine Preservation System, which allows users to pour wine from bottles in any amount without removing the cork, makes the offer of Vérité La Joie 2012 by the glass possible. The limited-time offer, available as of Nov. 1, is priced at $100 per glass, which includes a pair of Riedel Performance wine glasses for guests to take home.