I think there should be a couple of things you could try, but first was the program installed with wine?
If so, click on the menu button and go to applications > more applications > emulators > wine
Now if you don't have wine doors installed, you will have to go all the way to the wine menu, and you should
find a software manager. From there you could uninstall programs installed by wine.
If you have wine-doors installed from synaptic, when you get to emulators, you can use wine-doors to help you.
It's just a graphical front end. Hopefully that will help a little, cause I am not that familiar with wine.
I'm experimenting with wine-doors right now. I hope it turns out to be as cool as it originally looks here. Cause there are a couple
of apps I'd like to have from the list.