The terminal will not print out anything after you hit enter, but it does do something: It enables the 32bit libraries.
This must be done prior to installing WINE.
As far as I know... Zorin OS made that a little easier by including enabling 32bit arch in the installation of WINE, making that step unnecessary.
On Zorin 15 you will also be installing some different things when you run the same command from what would be installed on Zorin 16, as Z16 is using the Focal Repository. Focal refers to
That may relate... I do not know. I do not use WINE (not on a machine I use daily, anyway) so I rarely troubleshoot it and even in the rare instance I do use WINE, it is on the shop computer for One Program Only - An automotive diagnostic program.