Well no. There are a lot of things that you haven't thought of. For one, wine bottles won't hold carbonation. They will blow up. Secondly, getting your cider carbonated is a couple stage process. After fermentation is complete, you will add extra sugar to back-sweeten the batch, then bottle in BEER bottles. You could use Belgian bottles with a cork if that strikes your fancy. After the residual yeast start eating the extra sugar that you added to back-sweeten, it will carbonate. Once it has carbonated to your liking, you will either just throw them in the fridge to halt further carbonation or pasteurize (there is a thread on this site called stove top pasteurization). Being that you are only doing a gallon batch, I'd just throw them in the fridge if you have room. You can test carbonation either by opening one up and trying it or fill a plastic pop bottle along with your glass ones and when the plastic bottle feels hard like a fresh bottle of pop, fridge or pasteurize. Hope this helped.
Edit- oops didn't see that you mentioned pasteurizing already.