In my experience this is not easily hedgeable.
Expected volume can be hedged using baseload futures, or, if you are in a very liquid market (Germany) a combination of baseload and peak. You will still be exposed to the intraday shape, and, in the long term (you can hedge the first months and quarters but at some point you need to resort to calendar products) to the intrayear shape. The best way of dealing with that risk is adding the right assets to your portfolio if your company can do such a thing (the right combination of wind and solar becomes almost baseload).
Then there is also the volume/price correlation risk: prices are generally going to be lower when your wind farm produces more wind. The only way I know of hedging that is by weather derivatives, and, in general, the margin on those is too high so most generators carry the risk.
There is also the imbalance risk, related to the forecast error in your plant. Again, the only way I know of hedging that is by using physical assets, as CCGTs, batteries or hydro power that allows to profit from the imbalance market while you make losses with your wind farm.