Plastic Allure by G.E.T.

G.E.T. Wine

Based in Houston, Texas, G.E.T. Enterprises is a leading manufacturer of servingware and drinkware meant for use in the commercial foodservice industry. Although they are known for crafting items out of melamine, the Plastic Allure line uses alternative materials to create plastic wine glasses, champagne glasses, and more, all while maintaining the company's reputation for high-quality products. The Plastic Allure product line allows you to impress your guests with the elevated look and feel of expensive glassware at a fraction of the cost and without the risk of breakage.

The Benefits of Plastic Allure

Authentic glassware can be incredibly fragile, accidentally breaking while in use or during transportation. It can also be difficult to clean, often requiring handwashing after each use. Plastic Allure products are completely dishwasher safe and scratch- and break-resistant, able to withstand repeated use and even the occasional drop. Because they don't need to be hand-washed or replaced as often as real glassware, the durability and convenience of these glasses will help you save time and money without compromising on style.

Not only is this line of acrylic stemware a great stylistic option for anyone on a budget, they are health-conscious products for beverage service. Some of the Plastic Allure product line is made with Eastman Tritan™ copolyester polymer, while others are made with Styrene Acrylonitrile, or SAN, copolymers. Both of these materials are BPA-free, and the entire product line has been NSF certified.

The Plastic Allure product line is sophisticated and durable enough to be used either as indoor or outdoor wine glasses, which is especially useful at outdoor venues in areas where glassware is banned. This acrylic stemware is offered in a variety of types and styles, so you can find the best container for your occasion and offer different beverages appropriately.

Plastic Wine Glasses

There are a number of plastic wine glasses available for serving red or white wines. You might want to use the 8-1/2 inch tall, 15-ounce traditional wine glass, generally used for serving white wine, or the 8-1/4 inch tall, 20-ounce balloon wine glass, which is more appropriate for serving red wines. For smaller portions of wine, try the 8-ounce fluted wine glass, which can be 5-3/4 inches tall or 7-1/2 inches tall to better suit your setup. For a simpler look, you can choose the 8-ounce non-fluted wine glass, which is 7 inches tall, or the 6-ounce non-fluted wine glass, which is 5-1/2 inches tall.

Goblets & Champagne Glasses

If you need more than just plastic wine glasses for your event, don't worry. The 5-1/2 inch tall, 8-ounce and 7-inch tall, 12-ounce goblets are a more versatile drinkware option. These goblets can be used to serve everything from liquor and wine to water and other non-alcoholic beverages. The product line also offers 6-ounce champagne glasses, available in two styles: 8 inches tall and fluted, or 8-1/4 inches tall and non-fluted. Despite their name, champagne glasses can also be used to serve martinis.