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  1. G.E.T. SW-1461-CL Clear 12 oz Stemless Plastic Wine Glass
    G.E.T. SW-1461-CL Clear 12 oz Stemless Plastic Wine Glass
    Burkett Price: $52.99 / Dozen
  2. Thunder Group PLTHWG025RC 25 oz. Polycarbonate Red Wine Glass
    Thunder Group PLTHWG025RC 25 oz. Polycarbonate Red Wine Glass
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    Burkett Price: $9.99 / Each
  3. Thunder Group PLTHWG023RC 23 oz. Polycarbonate Red Wine Glass
    Thunder Group PLTHWG023RC 23 oz. Polycarbonate Red Wine Glass
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    Burkett Price: $9.99 / Each
  4. Cambro BWW10CW135 Camwear Aliso Barware 10-1/2 oz. Wine Glass
    Cambro Camwear Aliso Barware 10.5 oz. Wine Glass | Model No. BWW10CW135
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    Burkett Price: $5.99 / Each
  5. ITI 8-1/2 oz. Roja Wine Glass | Model No. 5439
    ITI 8-1/2 oz. Roja Wine Glass | Model No. 5439
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    Burkett Price: $41.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  6. ITI 10 oz. Red Wine Glass | Model No. 4340
    ITI 10 oz. Red Wine Glass | Model No. 4340
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    Burkett Price: $41.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  7. ITI 13 oz. Aqua Glass | Model No. 5416
    ITI 13 oz. Aqua Glass | Model No. 5416
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    Burkett Price: $48.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  8. G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Fluted Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1421-1-SAN-CL
    G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Fluted Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1421-1-SAN-CL
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    Burkett Price: $55.99 / Dozen
  9. G.E.T. SW-1460-CL Clear 8 oz Stemless Plastic Wine Glass
    G.E.T. SW-1460-CL Clear 8 oz Stemless Plastic Wine Glass
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    Burkett Price: $42.99 / Dozen
  10. ITI 11 oz. Vino Tinto Red Wine Glass | Model No. 5414
    ITI 11 oz. Vino Tinto Red Wine Glass | Model No. 5414
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    Burkett Price: $48.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  11. ITI Lexington 5-3/4 oz. Wine Glass | Model No. 500
    ITI Lexington 5-3/4 oz. Wine Glass | Model No. 500
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    Burkett Price: $58.99 / Case of 4 Dozens
  12. G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Fluted Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1422-1-SAN-CL
    G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Fluted Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1422-1-SAN-CL
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    Burkett Price: $55.99 / Dozen
  13. ITI 8-1/4 oz. White Wine Glass | Model No. 4240
    ITI 8-1/4 oz. White Wine Glass | Model No. 4240
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    Burkett Price: $41.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  14. ITI Versalles 10 oz. Wine Glass | Model No. 5457
    ITI Versalles 10 oz. Wine Glass | Model No. 5457
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    Burkett Price: $48.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  15. ITI 20 oz. Gran Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 4740
    ITI 20 oz. Gran Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 4740
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    Burkett Price: $61.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  16. ITI 8 oz. Gran Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 5412
    ITI 8 oz. Gran Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 5412
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    Burkett Price: $41.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  17. ITI 21 oz. Grand Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 5420
    ITI 21 oz. Grand Vino Wine Glass | Model No. 5420
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    Burkett Price: $61.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
  18. G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1404-1-SAN-CL
    G.E.T. 8 oz. Plastic Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1404-1-SAN-CL
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    Burkett Price: $46.99 / Dozen
  19. G.E.T. 6 oz. Plastic Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1406-1-SAN-CL
    G.E.T. 6 oz. Plastic Wine Glass | Model No. SW-1406-1-SAN-CL
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    Burkett Price: $46.99 / Dozen
  20. ITI Aragon 5435 8-1/2 oz. Wine Glass
    ITI Aragon 5435 8-1/2 oz. Wine Glass
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    Burkett Price: $41.99 / Case of 2 Dozens
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When purchasing new wine glasses, consider the type you will be serving. Red wines require a wide bowl to let in more air and release all of the aromas and flavors while whites have more delicate flavors that require a narrower glass. You may even be looking specifically for a champagne glass or sweet wine glass. Whichever type of wine you will be serving be sure to consider the visual appeal of the glass, too.

Crystal is the preferred material for wine glasses because it is very clear and thin. Crystal actually has a rougher surface and many wine connoisseurs believe that this surface allows wines to breathe better and open up more flavor nuances. It also has superior light refraction compared to plain glass. This enhances the colors of different varietals of wine, allowing the wine drinker to see non-distorted coloration of wine. Clear glasses for wine are also preferred for color evaluation purposes.

The thickness of the glass will also affect the taste. Taste depends greatly upon where the wine touches the tongue, and thin glasses, combined with the shape, direct the wine to the appropriate area of the tongue for the best taste. Thicker glasses send the wine to the wrong part of the tongue, which throws off the taste. However, thinner wine glasses are easier to break, so you will need to balance durability with functionality to suit your specific needs.

One final consideration is whether or not the glasses have a stem. Most wine lovers will tell you to go with a stemmed glass because it keeps your hands from warming the wine up; wine is meant to be served at cooler than body temperature. However, stemless glasses are a growing trend, and many people do not expect to hold the wine glass long enough to warm up the wine.