The word wine comes from the Italian vino (wine), from the Latin vinum (wine) that derives from the Greek oinos (Î¿Î¯Î½Î¿Ï‚). The root vin- has been adopted by many European languages, such as German (der Wein), French (vin) etc.
No. "Vinum" does not come from Greek. Both are from a common root.
Before you make another such post, it would behove you to examine the clear and accurate etymologies available at Webster.com:
Middle English win, from Old English wÄ«n; akin to Old High German wÄ«n wine; both ultimately from Latin vinum wine, perhaps of non-IE origin; akin to the source of Greek oinos win