Which version of wine are you using? Is it the Debian repository version, or one from winehq? In any case, all you need to do is acquire an older deb package and install it over the newer version.
If you're using the Debian repository, then you need a source for older versions. snapshot.debian.net
has past versions of just about everything available. You can either download the .deb files to disk and install them manually with dpkg (dpkg -i packagename), or add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list:
pool wine libwine
Then you should be able to use the force-version command in apt (or whatever frontend you use) to install older versions. You may also need to add the names of the various libwine plugin packages they've broken wine up into to the source line above to get full support for everything.
Winehq versions are even easier. All you have to do is go to the winehq debian builds
page, download the version you want from the link at the bottom, and install it with dpkg, as above. Note that the winehq versions are different from the Debian ones in that everything, including winelib, is included in one package, so if you have the Debian version installed, it will probably ask you to uninstall them first. It's ok to let it.
After that, be careful about upgrading your system, since apt will usually want to upgrade wine as well. It's best to pin the packages to the version you want so you don't have to worry about it.