Home brewers have used bread yeast for centuries too. It won't taste quite the same, most likely, but you're not totally out of luck. Winemaking is like falling off a horse...not real hard to do. You'll be fine, as long as you sterilize everything you use. There are threads on here on how to do that. You'll not have access to some of those, I expect, since brewing is illegal where you are, but if all else fails, a large pot full of water can sterilize most anything.
You're a grownup, I assume, but if you live where I think you live, you might want to think long and hard about how well you can keep this secret. Is it worth the possible cost to you? I'm all about standing up for freedom but this is not likely to end well if you don't keep it completely secret. Best to you.
Considering: Sparkling raspberry wine, carrot wine
In Primary: Ed's Apfelwein; Raspberry Puree Apple Cider
In Secondary: Pumpkin Pie Mead; Traditional Mead; Dried Elderberry Wine; Blueberry Wine; Texas Persimmon wine; White grape/peach wine; Texas Twang; Hi, Biscus! Metheglyn; A Maize-ing Wine
So far, so good.