Given the way in which this invasion turned out, it is almost impossible to argue that the decision to invade was a wise one.
Napoleon invaded Russia largely because of his excessive desire for power. The basic reason for the invasion was that Russia was not living up to its obligations under various treaties with France. For example, it did not help France in France's war with Austria. This may not seem like a pressing reason to start a war.
Add to this the fact of the huge size of Russia. It ought to have been clearer to Napoleon that it would be very difficult indeed to invade and conquer a country of the size of Russia. Committing his forces to such an invasion proved to be very unwise.
Overall, then, invading a huge country for a questionably compelling reason is not a convincing sign of wisdom.