The lion’s share of Oroya is made from Airén (60%), whose bright fruit characteristics provide a vivid counterpart to the bold flavors of soy, wasabi and fresh seafood. Macabeo (30%) offers a crisp framework, cleansing the palate after each bite. Aromatic Muscat (10%) provides a perfumed element and sweet fruit character to temper the heat found in wasabi. Food Affinities: The result of winemaker Yoko Sato’s personal quest to find the ideal wine for sushi, Oroya represents the fusion of two cultural treasures and traditions: Japanese food and Spanish wine. With its complex flavors, sushi and its accompanying ingredients require a wine that is crisp, aromatic and fruit-forward. Crafted from three unique grape varieties, Oroyo is a model wine for sushi enthusiasts.