Jim, if you said that you didn't installed wine, why this command worked for you?
i think you said you didn't installed wine but the install already had it installed
you could at least verify that you had such folder before ignoring my first reply, remember that all we want to do is help but if you don't follow the steps we post, it is wasted time
remember to stop the wine service, so the virus stops working on the ram, you can do that by killing the wine service as i mentioned or stopping wine in the configure your computer/system/manage system services and stop wine
of course this wont work if you don't have wine installed but it seems you have it so to discard open synaptic and search for wine, if installed remove it