I'll throw my agreement with fossil in here too. Wine is definitely easier to make than beer. It's basically the same as making a beer, but you start with pre-packaged wort.
The biggest difference is the number of times you rack it to new carboys, and the patience you need to have before you enjoy it. You won't be happy with any wine until it ages at least a few months... and the more expensive the kit, the longer it needs to age before it's ready.
The said, my suggestion is to start with a cheaper vitners reserve kit, make it, wait a few months and try it. If it's decent to you, give a more expensive kit a try.
We buy plenty of wine in our house, and I think the pricier all-juice kits make better wines, and I enjoy drinking them. I put them on par with a $20 bottle of wine, only I can make them for $4 or $5 per bottle. While the cheaper kits are drinkable, I equate them to a $5-$10 bottle of store-bought wine. I still make these quite often because my wife loves using them for cooking wine and at $2-$3 per bottle, it's much cheaper. She uses a lot of cooking wine, so I figure a batch saves us $150 in groceries... and I'm still playing with the process of winemaking.