A plastic wine glass is not a new thing.
You probably know it from your favorite wine bar, or perhaps from your own kitchen.
But the idea of a wine glass that doesn’t contain any plastic is a new concept for a variety of reasons.
One of the biggest, though, is the price.
Plastic wine glasses have been around for a long time, but they have not been a common purchase.
Wine Country, a new wine bar and restaurant in Wine Country California, decided to take the plunge and produce a plastic wine bottle.
Wine is not the only beverage in the bottle, but the glass is.
“The idea of having a glass that isn’t plastic just seemed like a great way to bring this idea into the marketplace,” Wine Country CEO Chris Koeppe said in a statement.
Koeppes own wedding venue has been in business for decades, and the restaurant has been selling wine and wine accessories for more than 20 years.
But Koeppo said the idea for the glass came about because of a need for a more portable wine glass for weddings and other occasions.
“Wine glasses can be quite cumbersome, but sometimes you just don’t want to carry around a glass with you,” he said.
“So it’s a bit of a waste of space.
It’s just a great idea to have something that’s portable that can be used anywhere.”
Wine Country’s “Plastisol” wine glass, which is made from glass made from plastic, will be available at the restaurant in October, and will retail for $79.99.
The restaurant will also offer a limited edition bottle for $20.
Wine country also hopes to partner with a local wine bar for the first time, and has partnered with a wine bar in New York to offer a bottle of the “Plaster Wine Glass.”
But, of course, the restaurant is also planning to produce the first-ever plastic wine bottles for wine festivals.
“We want to make sure that every one of these glass pieces is a perfect fit for the festival, so they’re not just a novelty for the wine bar,” Koeppa said.
The plastic wine glasses are the first of their kind to be made in the U.S. and will be sold at WineCountry and at the new wine club.
The new restaurant will have its first wine tasting on Thursday, Oct. 27, and Koepps goal is to serve more than 100 people in the first year.