These days, you could get beat down for claiming that plastic is fantastic. But you’ll never turn your back on AmEx — buy handbag now, pay later? Yes, indeedy. Another exception? GoVino plastic wine glasses. The snazzy, unbreakable goblets were originally created by industry pros for wine tasting. But when designers Joseph Perrulli (Napa local and wine aficionado) and Boyd Willat (Sensa pen creator) realized that their product was in public demand, they began selling to specialty stores, and now the stemless tumblers are flying off shelves. Each one holds up to sixteen ounces and has a convenient indention for gripping your libation. Plus, at $2.50 apiece, you can stock up without breaking the bank. Proving that sometimes plastic does make perfect. Available online at wallywine.com. For more information, go to govinowine.com.