We have many different kinds of table settings, some for daily use that are dishwasher safe, others more fragile that I either must have hand washed, or put in the upper rack for the crystal cycle with a very mild cleaner.
I can't imagine how you can serve wine without stemware. Highball glasses may be used for mixed drinks at cocktail hour, but never brought to the table for dinner, nor really even martini glasses or anything else, the table setting being complete in itself and not to be spoiled with additional items.
Depending on the formality the host can relax that custom, but the guest always checks first, and must expect to leave their cocktail glass behind before coming to table. It's a private home, not a restaurant, and different rules apply. That's also why stemware goes on the table, not commercial water glasses.
I especially like to have different & interesting martini glasses, and oddly am not reluctant to use mismatched ones at a party, each guest able to know their own. Indeed, some regular guests always get the same, and I usually take my favorite cobalt blue myself if we're being less formal. And then the different styles everyone has can even be a conversation starter, as guests compare & remark about each others.
I even had some fairly stout & rugged ones that stood up to traveling in my camper trailer. I did try plastic versions, also good for other outdoor use, but they always look & feel cheap, and eventually get a fractured look as the plastic ages.
Knowing this slight "hobby" of mine my partner commissioned a master in art glass to make me a 4-glass martini set, in a wonderful original style he does. It has elements of neo-deco, but also evokes some retro-50s, too, which just tickles me. Each glass is slightly different but similar, and all in colors I love, especially favoring blue, as my partner had told the artist.
The only problem is it makes me nervous to use them, and I'm terrified to let guests touch them. Aside from the price I suspect my partner paid, they're works of art and all unique, completely irreplaceable, not to mention his special gift to me. So they don't go anywhere NEAR the dishwasher. Indeed, when I personally gently clean them in the sink, I first spread out a dishtowel to cover the stainless surface, as a cushion in case I drop one or clink it against the sides.