I’ve never had a problem with alcohol and wine – I normally stick with very high quality reds. I think cheap, hard liquor in excess in general is to be avoided and anything excessive obviously as well.
I’ve just never had red-wine cause dizziness – sometimes next day, headaches for sure, but never a migraine. Personal experience, do not take away generalities.
All of the migraine triggers are a mixed bag. Some are triggered strongly by the classical things like coffee, chocolate, and alcohol, and others aren’t so much. I know for me, I’m strongly affected by too much coffee but can generally eat chocolate and drink in moderation without too much issue and provided I’m not in the middle of a flair up.
I am also gluten-free and have been for the past year and a half and that’s something that has really helped my migraines. Not the most conventional trigger, but its different for everyone.
If you’re completely chronic all the time though, its best to just give everything up and phase things back in a controlled approach so you can actually identify them as triggers…