I don't know of any way to have the Windows EFI boot loader redirect to another EFI boot loader. That said, I could simply be unaware of the option, so it may be possible but I just don't know how to do it.
There are other options, though. My Web page on EFI boot loaders
describes several EFI boot loaders for Linux and boot managers. GRUB 2 is one of these, but if you don't like it, you could use any of several others. My rEFInd
deserve special mention, since they're boot managers that enable you to switch between boot loaders. They can also both boot 3.3.0 and later Linux kernels directly, bypassing GRUB entirely. You'd need to disable or reconfigure Secure Boot to use either of them, although I'm working on providing support for Shim and MOK