The Len Evans Tutorial is a not-for-profit entity, funded entirely by sponsorships and delivered almost entirely by volunteers.
We plan to relaunch and extend our sponsorship program in 2021. If you are interested in getting involved, please email Iain Riggs email@example.com
Twelve fully paid scholarships are offered each year, provided by twelve companies from the wine industry, nearly all of whom have been on board since the tutorial’s inception, and their generous contribution is greatly valued by the Board. Each scholarship comprises wine, food and accommodation for the week.
Australian Vintage LtdVisit website
Brokenwood WinesVisit website
Leeuwin EstateVisit website
McWilliam's Mt PleasantVisit website
Shaw & SmithVisit website
Tahbilk WinesVisit website
Tyrrell's VineyardsVisit website
Yalumba Wine CompanyVisit website
Handpicked WinesVisit website
Royal Agricultural Society of NSWVisit website
Yarra YeringVisit website
Our major sponsors are industry bodies who contribute major financial assistance to the LET, enabling the LET to preserve the legacy of the Tutorial, and to maintain the high standard of world wines consumed during this incredible week.
Sellers Group – Basil Sellers
Riedel, The Wine Glass CompanyVisit website
Royal Adelaide Wine ShowVisit website
Royal Agricultural Society of VictoriaVisit website
Royal National Capital Agricultural Society Visit website
Dan Murphy's National Wine Show
Royal Queensland Wine ShowVisit website
Torbreck VintnersVisit website
Friends of the LET
Domaine Wine Shippers
Fix St James
Geelong Wine Show
Heart & Soil
Howard Park Wines
The Evans Family
Pepper Tree Wines
Peter Gago & Penfolds Wines
Stuart Watson / WoodlandsVanya Cullen
Watsons Wine – Hong Kong
Yabby Lake Vineyards
We would also like to acknowledge the ongoing support of the
“Len Evans Memorial Single Bottle Club”.
The Official Photographer of the LET, for the past 7 years has been Chris Elfes of Photography on Hermitage. We are grateful for his attention to detail, in capturing the essence and excitement of the LET each year. For more information on Chris please visit him at http://www.photographyonhermitage.com.au.