The international success of Australia’s “icon” wineries pleases none more than Leonard Paul Evans, Order of the British Empire and Order of Australia. Len to his many friends and admirers has been at the forefront of the drive to quality and international recognition. A former Chairman of the National, Sydney and Adelaide Wine Shows, Len takes life a little easier these days but still finds time to act as blender extraordinaire for The Evans Wine Company, which was established to export wine to the world. The principal export label is Bulletin Place, now presented in smart new black and white livery. Bulletin Place Wines was established by Len in 1970 as a private dining club for wine lovers. It was here that blind tasting was raised to an art form, with the invention of the now world-known Options Game. Bulletin Place, numbers 16-18, which housed the club and wine shop, was built in 1832 and is said to be the oldest commercial building still operating in Australia.