When pairing wine with food, remember that individual ingredients can matter enormously. For example, the zucchini and shrimp in this recipe are both quite subtle and could be easily overwhelmed by a powerful red or a rich white wine, especially one matured in oak. Meanwhile, the bacon might go well with a light, fruity red, but when partnered with zucchini and shrimp, it really needs a crisp white. Look for a Riesling from Alsace or Germany with light apple flavors and fresh floral character. As an alternative to Riesling, try a Loire Valley Chenin Blanc.