Sole calls for the right wine pairing.
It's claimed that no other fish lends itself to such a variety of dishes as sole. This popular fish just does not taste fishy. Somehow it is able to combine with just about anything else, and I mean herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables, and seafood, plus a multitude of sauces without losing its identity. Make sure when you are paying for sole that you are getting sole, and not a lesser fish such as flounder. Look for a rounded snout. My source that listed 115 recipes for sea bass listed only 43 for sole. That's one a week for ten months. Or perhaps better one a month for three and a half years.
In addition to the wines mentioned in our food pairing table you might consider an Italian Pinot Grigio or Soave, or a Sauvignon Blanc.