Longtime wine room on Dallas' trendy Henderson Ave will pour final glass
A fine wine haunt on Dallas' Henderson Avenue is closing: Veritas Wine Room, which has been pouring and selling fine wine for nearly 15 years, is closing this spring.
According to Brooks Anderson, who founded the shop with his brother Bradley Anderson in 2008, the shop will close in March 2023.
In a Facebook post, Brooks said that opening the wine room was "one of the best decisions he and his brother ever made."
"This era has been more rewarding, more fun, more meaningful, and even longer lived than we could have ever imagined when we opened all those years and experiences ago," he said.
The wine room has served as a chic destination that welcomed everyone from savvy oenophiles to wine newcomers to first dates, with wines by the glass and bottle.
It's also where the brothers launched their food & beverage activities which include opening Boulevardier in Oak Cliff, Rapscallion on Greenville Avenue, and Hillside Tavern in Lakewood.
Brooks thanked customers and employees with a special nod to longtime employee Fernando Garcia.
"Our last glass of wine will be poured towards the end of March 2023 with the exact date to be determined," Brooks said.
He said that over the next few months, they'll fill their calendar with tastings and a few more of their signature underground Supper Clubs partnered with local chefs.
"After we close our doors near the end of March, we invite you to travel, laugh, eat, and drink with us at our sister concepts Veritas Wine Tours, Boulevardier, and Hillside Tavern," Brooks said. "In the meantime, the Veritas wine wall is replete with World-Class Wine. Come join us to raise a glass or two as we deplete our inventory and celebrate a wonderful 15 years!"