The grassy, fresh, citrus aroma and flavor profile is quite similar to Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire, except that with Oro de Castilla there's also a firm minerality that recalls the best examples of Sancerre.
A great pair would be sockeye salmon, Mahi Mahi or flounder simply pan fried in a beurre blanc, or plank roasted. Salads with grilled chicken, asparagus or toasted almonds would also pair well, as well as soft, ripe cheeses.
Fruity & Smooth
Actually really enjoyed this! It is a bit nutty, more like an Italian wine in style, with mature aromas/flavors. But good!
Light & Crisp
Almost too light, but ok on a hot day.