Oh I totally forgot about something.. Theres a very easy way to making a deb package out of the wine source you compiled. Make sure you do a sudo make uninstall in the wine source directory before you do this to make sure wine isn't installed anymore.
You can use checkinstall to do it, I totally forgot about checkinstall. You can get check install by typing sudo apt-get install checkinstall
Once checkinstall is in, since you already have wine compiled, you can just type sudo checkinstall within the wine source directory and it will build the package for you. It'll ask you some questions but you can skip them by just hitting enter since all the values should be good.
Once the package is built it should install it for you since you're doing it with sudo. The package will be in the wine source directory as wine_0.9.50-1_i386.deb for example.
So when a new version of wine comes out, you can simply remove the package any method you wish, synaptic, or sudo apt-get remove wine. Then compile the wine source not with the ./tools/wineinstall but instead just do:
This method should work with pretty much any source tarball you run into. If you don't want it to install the deb package with checkinstall after it builds the deb package for whatever reason, just don't do it in sudo and ignore the error message at the end about installation.
./configure && make
Once done compiling: