I installed WINE on my system using the ubuntu-wine PPA (personal package archive) because the software center WINE would not install and had no problems with it on my system which is freya 0.3.2 64-bit.
To add the PPA and install WINE run the following
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install wine1.8
For a dumb reason you need to run sudo apt-get install wine elementary-desktop or else it might break Freya. Just be careful and use this command instead-it's what I used.
Where I got this from: click here
Hopefully this helps :)
As it turns out, not only eOS users, but also people from other distros experience this problem as well.
You might need to add a .desktop file to ~/.local/share/applications
I would check to see if there is one in /usr/share/applications. If there is, copy that to the first directory I listed. If one does not exists, you might have to create one manually. But if you can launch it from the wingpanel than you have a valid .desktop file. It just need to be in the ...
I've got this problem before and, unfortunately, I couldn't solve it without adding a ppa. Please note that you have limited slots to ppas, so use it only when you really need it. If you can avoid it, please do so.
Also, keep an updated backup of your system, because packages cannot be checked for security loopholes.
I would also strongly advise you to ...
Open Synaptic and go to Settings>Preferences, then check "Show package properties in the main window":
Now, find the package that is broken, and under its properties, click dependencies. In the list you will see a package that is in italics.
I have no broken packages so mine are not in italics.
Once you've identified this package, you'll need to install ...