Peel, enjoy, recycle
Are you looking for a way to spice up your establishment and keep your customers enticed? Why not look into this new, unique product that just launched in South Africa - a portable, plastic, single serve glass of wine.
When your guests arrive at your establishment, whether you provide accommodation or tours, your biggest goal is to make them feel valued and welcome. You want them to feel special and appreciated and what better way to do this than to give them a glass of wine?
Portable wine glasses make for the perfect complimentary gift in hotel rooms, game lodges, tented camps, spa’s or simply as a welcome gift for clients and guests to enjoy and relax upon arrival. No wine glasses, no spillage, no mess or fuss, no bottles or breakage, no wastage – just enjoy!
Manufactured in South Africa and sealed in an elegant 187 ml PET recyclable plastic glass. It is convenient and ready to drink while on the go! The wine has a shelf life of 12-14 months due to its vacuum seal. It’s also not necessary to refrigerate.
There are different wines to choose from:
Dry White: Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc
Dry Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz and ChocoVino Red
Rosé: Semi-sweet Rosé
Sangria: Hints of cinnamon, cloves & citrus fruit
Your logo can also be added onto the back of the wine glass. Sounds groovy, huh?.
Case of wine (24 glasses per case): R 450.00 excl. VAT – minimum order 5 cases (only R18.75 per glass)
- The price excludes delivery cost
Branding: R 2.00 per sticker per glass excl. VAT - once off printing setup fee of R 350.00
If you'd like a quotation, please contact us via email with your order. Cheers to spicing things up at your establishment and creating an environment where your guests will want to come back!
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