I use Lightroom together with Leaf (watched folder) to shoot product, so I need accuracy of colors.
The Leaf software is pretty accurate out of the box, as it were.
When the files go to Lightroom, I neutralise the white balance but certain colours are different, I guess it has to cope with raw files from numerous cameras, whereas your camera and mine have got their own individual profiles.
In my case, in particular the red spectrum, in Lightroom the reds appear more amber, so it's the opposite to yours.
Knowing this, I simply went to Hue/Saturation sliders, corrected to taste, saved this plus a few other adjustments that I like as a Lightroom Preset and that's all there is to it. I consider the Presets to be the equivalent to camera profiles.
When I shoot, the Preset is automatically applied to the file as is comes from the Watched folder, so you never have to think about this again. Perfect reds all the time.