In our experience, the finest Cavas, like preeminent Champagnes, are at their best at the start of festivities or early in the evening when the palate is fresh. Consequently, Cava’s dry, delicate flavors are most suited to begin the festival or the feast, rather than finish it. Therefore, appetizers offer some of the most rewarding accompaniments to Torre Oria Brut.Salmon mousse, stuffed mushrooms, sautéed oysters, foie gras, and sushi constitute some of our favorite starters with this wine. As entrées, white fish, scallops, steamed crab legs, and light poultry dishes offer outstanding companionship to Torre Oria as well. In Spain, paellas are often paired with Cava, too. Nonetheless, some may still be tempted to save Torre Oria for dessert. Instead, we suggest serving the versatile Torre Oria Cava Brut with a plate of soft, ripe cheeses that will highlight the soft, savory aspects of the wine, something sugary treats cannot do . . . but as you like it.