I am a firm believer that everybody should eat and drink what tastes good to them. That simple. Every person has a different palate. Every person finds different tastes pleasurable. Find what makes your tastebuds sing and go with it! That being said, there are many wine and food pairing tips that work beautifully for the majority of the population.
When the wine is aged and red:
* Serve rare preparations of meats to fill in the flavor gaps left by the drying out of the youthful fruit that occurs as the wine develops in the bottle.
* Remember that because tannins soften over time, an aged red gives you a broader range of food options than a tannic young wine.
* Remember that wines become more delicate as they age; choose simpler preparations to show them off rather than make them compete with complex recipes.