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Vintage Stemmed Wine Case of 24

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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They're okay, but too thick.

2/13/2019 by Sandra

They are too thick for my liking.


Water glasses

9/17/2018 by Maria

I was not to happy when water spot will not come of I have well water . It did not clean well after some dishwasher times


Requires hand washing

6/19/2018 by Susan

Glasses look beautiful and have a nice weight. Claims to be dishwasher friendly however the glasses come out cloudy. Also cannot be used with sunscreen on your hands. I have thought about returning them.



7/10/2015 by Theresa

Nice design and lightweight, I expected something with a clearer finish. Great for when the grandchildren are over and heavy drinkers. I thought it was a little overpriced.


Too small.

7/2/2015 by Cari

These are too small for my purposes.


Visible Seam

5/22/2015 by Isaac

There is a noticceable seam on the wine glasses which visibly "outs" them as plastic.


OK, not stellar

1/5/2015 by Susan

Sturdy plastic. Good size for scotch/whisky. Do not place in dishwasher, even top rack. Hand wash, hand dry to avoid spots. The description says sunblock can harm the plastic. I want to use these outside - in the sun, with people who likely are wearing sunscreen. So I'm curious how long I can keep these glasses new looking. It was worth it to me to try them, as I do NOT want to use glass glasses outside, due to possible breakage.


Hudson's Great

11/7/2014 by Jane

I ordered the Stemmed Wine b/c the only poolside wine glasses I had were crummy plastic and too thick for really enjoying wine. I was disappointed; these Stemmed Wine are not as thin/glass-like as all the talk made them sound, although they are a step up from what I had so I will keep them. But they were a lot of money for what is clearly plastic. I also ordered the short Hudson glasses which I'm thrilled with; they are perfect.


Not so "Luxe"

7/22/2014 by Marvin

Although they look good, we've found that they do "stain" after several uses and washings. Not cloudy like glass, but more like imbedded blotches. We clean them in the dishwasher. Wonder if anyone else has had the same experience?



4/20/2014 by Elaine

This is a pleasant glass but not quite as advertised. They became cloudy looking after only a few washes in the dishwasher. It could be the water or the soap ( a name brand product) or ? In any event, they look cloudy and definitely not like glass.

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When bar owners start mixing company with people who know how to engineer plastics, it’s a recipe for better barware.

BarLuxe got its start when some friends started brainstorming about how to create unbreakable drinkware. It took many tests and the emergence of a new compound from Eastman Chemical—Tritan copolyester—before BarLuxe’s nearly indestructible glasses were ready for action. They have the aesthetics of real glass and unparalleled durability. In testing, BarLuxe even drove a car over one of its glasses, which survived the impact without breaking. Eastman also rigorously tested the
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