Okay, hipster, (I'm jealous)I looked around, and one guy said he got everything working relatively nicely by installing the latest XQuartz and running wine from the command line with "env DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/X11/lib" preceding the command (wine /path/to/thXX.exe). It also apparently helps to open X11 beforehand.
If you don't have it already, you might want to download d3dx9_36.dll and place it in the same folder as your game as well. Supposedly Wine no longer needs this done, but it's best to cover all bases. I am currently fighting this problem on Ubuntu with Mountain of Faith and will get back to you once I find a solution.
If you and me are in one of the worse situations, we'll have to get a new graphics card. Apparently my Intel card isn't exactly loved, and I'm starting to see why.
On an unrelated note, how is Mac treating you? I'm thinking about getting one, but I'm worried it won't be able to run my visual novels and Touhou games. I tried making a Hackintosh to see how Winebottler worked but failed (the thing was limping along-- went into kernel panic when I tried to see what Front Row was).