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No, there is no "best" distro for Wine, but there are problematic distros. Avoid CentOS/RHEL/Scientific Linux, as the libraries in version 6 are too old for many of Wine's features and version 7 lacks 32 bit support altogether. I would also avoid small/niche distros, as they are not likely to have much of a community of Wine users to help with any problems and no one here will know anything about them.