Probably the best thing here is to see how other people do it. I don't know 
much about Wordpress, but it seems pretty common to deploy it using Git and 
Capistrano:

(Obviously, more recent articles are more likely to be correct today)

http://rianjayadi.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/how-to-deploy-wordpress-using-capistrano/

http://whomwah.com/2009/02/01/deploying-wordpress-to-slicehost-using-capistrano-and-git/

http://tonkapark.com/391/easy-steps-to-deploy-a-wordpress-using-capistrano/

http://devblog.imedo.de/2008/06/23/wordpress-deployment-with-capistrano-2-and-git/

https://github.com/jestro/wordpress-capistrano

Here's another very recent one using Fabric <http://docs.fabfile.org/>:

http://www.saintsjd.com/2011/01/continuous-deployment-for-wordpress-using-git-and-fabric/

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