Firstly, wine 0.9.9 is a pretty old version. You should more likely install a modern version.
Second. Every package has a number of dependencies — packages, that must be installed for this package to work properly. Ubuntu package manager apt authomatically resolves this dependencies and tries to install them. If it fails, it will refuse to install your package. You can install this sole package with # dpkg --force-all -i </path/to/package> command, but you'll just get unworking wine.
If you can't join your computer to inet, than you should better install wine from the source code with checkinstall.