The traditional pairing for white wine is fresh dishes, especially with seafood or fish, but also with salads and vegetables. This type of pairing seeks to enhance both the food and the wine, that is, not to mask the flavor of either of them.
If you are looking for a more daring pairing, you can try combining it with fatty dishes, such as ham or foie, the acidity of the wine will cleanse your mouth between bites.
Albariño wine, from the D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia), is usually the first that comes to mind. They are very fresh wines, with fruity aromas but a lot of acidity, influenced by its Atlantic climate.
The white wines from D.O. Rueda, made mainly with the Verdejo grape, are wines with great aromatic potential and very elegant on the nose.
Among the best known is the Penedés region, where cava is traditionally made. Fruity and very varied wines.