After you install wine, it puts itself as an option in the context menu (right click menu) for certain file types. In the very most cases I personally don't want to open a text file or an html file using wine (I generally need wine to open a few .exe files like a forex terminal, and nothing more).
Here is how to quickly remove wine entries from the context menu on Linux:
Go to /home/yourUsername/.local/share/applications/
You'll see a number of wine-extension-***.desktop files - they are responsible for the fact that you see wine as an option for certain file types.
Delete / rename all / some of those wine .desktop files to stop seeing wine as a program to open files in the context menu.
Also, remove wine entries in the file: