Andy Clarke

Bristol, UK
Food & drink TV producer and presenter

“Drink what you love. Love who you want.” Andy Clarke

Humble Bio


Bristol boy Andy was born and raised to parents who grew a lot of their own produce and who home cooked for us every single day, which is where his passion for seasonal food and drink started.

A food TV producer by trade, Andy has worked high profile programmes like Saturday Kitchen’ for BBC1 and ‘James Martin’s French Adventure’ for ITV. After being in charge of all wine content for ‘Saturday Kitchen’ Andy has since become a successful food and wine matcher hosting events all over the UK including at Michel Roux Jr’s cookery school in London.

Andy will be recommending wine for a major new ITV series this coming autumn and he writes about food and wine on his own website as well as for Crumbs Magazine and Bristol 24/7. Andy is pleased to have recently been awarded the honour of becoming a member of the Guild of Food Writers.

Andy also has a regular food and drink slot on BBC Radio Bristol’s drivetime show with Laura Rawlings and judges at many food awards including Great Taste, World Cheese Awards and The British Pie Awards.

Andy and his husband Alan have been together for 12 years and are both passionate about rosé being a tipple for all year round!… But great to share for Pride.


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RoséCôtes de Provence, France

Dry and bright as the Mediterranean sun, this is a rosé that doesn’t punch you in the face with bold, brash flavours. Instead, its delicate red berry characters leave you refreshed and wanting more. Don’t forget to put it in the fridge before you head to work so that you can enjoy its cool caress as soon as you’ve clocked off.

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Our Rosé video is coming soon – in the meantime, this video tells you a bit about our Ohsomm new wine brand.

More about this wine

Not all rosés are created equal and, lucky for Provence, it drew the long straw. Provence rosé is the standard to which the world’s pink producers aspire: dry, elegant and delicately flavoured.

While it makes the finest pink wine on earth, Provence comes with no pretensions; forget the snobbery that comes with the world’s finest reds, the only thing these rosés require is a thirst.

Lap up its summery vibe with an Ibiza Chillout set and don’t even worry about food pairing ideas: sitting between the white and red camp, it partners well with everything from brie to barbecued prawns, burgers and berries.

Best of all, rosé is so comfortable in its own skin, it doesn’t need anything else to make it taste better and doesn’t care what others think: if there were a wine style that had a laid-back attitude, this would be it.



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