Probably not. It depends very much on which specific version of Wine you install, or compile by yourself, and how you configure it (which native/non-native dlls you use etc.)
I've found Wine a bit difficult to use, since one version of it runs some apps but not others, and updating/downgrading to another version makes it able to run some of those other apps but then the other ones that run earlier don't run anymore..it's blind shooting. If you find a version that runs those apps, don't upgrade it
You can try but don't expect too much, I'd say your chances are 50% at most. If you can, use VMware instead.