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The Pin Girls Of Vint Hill

The Pin Up Girls of Vint Hill

Most trace the pin up back to Vargus Girls which were designed for calendars back in the 1940s. The GI’s would replicate these illustrations onto their aircraft.

Why Pin UP Girls?

The Pin Up girl originated during WWII with the nose art that was displayed on American Bombers and Fighters.

‘Pin Up girls were meant not only as a diversion from the ugliness of war, but they were to remind the soldiers what and who they were fighting for.  Since the same could be said for our wines, Vint Hill kept the traditional alive by using the art on our labels.

 

 

Vint Hill has kept with the tradition and now uses them on our labels

Here are some examples of our label over the years.  Which is your favorite?