Custom Wine Glasses
Our custom wine glasses for your next event include glass, plastic and stemless options and are a great gift. Chardonnay, Cabernet or Port, serve it in the right wine glasses makes all the difference. Try stemless goblets for casual use; traditional wine goblets enhance entertaining. We also offer wine glasses that look like glass but they are hard to tell that they are not. Shop Garrett Specialties for Custom Wine Glasses and you will love our great low prices with low minimums. No one says have to buy different wine glasses for every type of wine you might be drinking. There are plenty of high-quality universal wine glasses, including that will elevate your wine of choice, no matter the style or price of the bottle of wine you are drinking. Having your logo or message imprinted to make announcement, wedding favor, celebration, the bottom line is to your favorite wine from the upscale glasses made of crystal to the best cheap and durable options are what makes any occasion memorable. We also offer novelty wine glasses which some may thing are just funny wine wine glasses. View our glasses in bulk
Stemless Wine Glasses
Ideal for everyday use or entertaining. Why are the stemless wine glasses so popular? They are considered today as the modern glasses. However, most people miss the idea of swirling the wine to help invigorate aromas within your glass. The stem lass makes it easier to swirl. With that said you can still swirl stemless wine glasses. Many people prefer the stemless wine glass because you have less chances of breaking or tipping over a stemmed glass. They are easier to transport if you want to go on a picnic, hiking, camping or any outdoor function. Stemless wine glasses are flat on the bottom. They still have the shape of a bowl which keeps the wine aromas in. Now you can order as many stemless wine glasses as you want because they are also easier to store. They also give you a more casual feeling and not so formal feeling of a stemmed wine glass .Now if you like your wine chilled the heat of your hand does not cool the wine down like the stemless can. So the bottom-line is when you are going for something more causal and less likely to spill, then the stemless is the way to go.