The 21-year-old Dutch driver and Force India's Esteban Ocon, 22, gave the most important talk after the youngsters collided on and off the track at Interlagos.
Verstappen pressed and drove the Force India back marker in the wake, the images were broadcast around the world after a collision that robbed him for a second successive victory.
"At Max you can see that there is a future champion coming together," Wolff told reporters.
"Incredible talent and speed and I think that when raw edges are out, he will become someone who becomes a world champion one day.
"In a few years he will look at today's photographs and maybe have his or her own opinion if it was the right behavior or not. But you can not accelerate these things, this is a learning process."
Already this season, Verstappen has had to quit questions about why he has had so many accidents, while Ocon's record is hardly flawless, either after the well-chatted clashes with Force India team-mate Sergio Perez.
Sunday's event drew a series of opinions, with some sense the road went too far by placing hands on a rival while others saw the Dutch as legitimate mad to pay the price of another driver's mistake.
Ocon, baked by champion Mercedes who sees him as a talent for the future, was generally criticized for a risky move as he tried to pass the leading car when he was already patching. He got a 10 second stop / go penalty at that time.
The verstappen, which was then ordered to make two days of public services as a penalty for pushing, would equally have given the Frenchman a broader dock and kept his eyes firmly at the winner's greater price.
Lewis Hamilton, pleased to be a talented leader and eventually win for Mercedes while Verstappen finished second and got the name "Driver of the Day" reminding him of what they were expecting to go to the podium.
"He must lock himself … you had more to lose than he did. He had nothing to lose" pointed out the five-time world champion who had already packed the title of the year.
The British later told reporters: "You make sure there's space. You always have to make sure there is space."
Damon Hill, 1996 World Champion and Sky Sports Pundit, also did not feel innocent.
"Ocon should not have been in a magic mode with the competitor," he said to motorsport.com.
"But Max slipped with him, instead of going," What does this guy play? He will be difficult, "waiting for a slightly less risky opportunity.
"I do not want to be critical of Max. However, it will not make any difference, because he continues to take risks and drive the way he drives, but he will learn. And eventually he will drive as Lewis has learned to drive now. "
On a scale of fisticuffs, Sunday's incident was ranked among the milder.
It was quite more drama in 1993 when Brazil's late trio champion Ayrton Senna hit the rookie Eddie Irvine in Suzuka after the Northern Irishman had a good time to pass him after being leaned.
Another Brazilian, Nelson Piquet, also a triple champion, kicked out and beat Chilean Eliseo Salazar on the helmet after they climbed out of their cars after a 1982 German Grand Prix collision.
In 1998, Michael Schumacher confronted five titles short of his record seven, screaming McLaren David Coulthard after scoring his Ferrari in a crush between the two.
(Reporting by Alan Baldwin, Editing Ken Ferris and Pritha Sarkar)