From delicate slices of toro to giant rolls stuffed with cream cheese and eel tempura, sushi can take on a lot of different forms. On top of that, it tends to be served with intensely flavored accompaniments like wasabi, soy sauce, and ginger. As a result, trying to pair wine with sushi can make you feel like Charlie Kelly tracking down Pepe Silvia. But it doesn’t have to. The key is to keep it simple with a few go-to styles, like the ones we’ve called out below.