Squeeze Me, Stomp Me, Make Me Wine
This former Texaco Gas Station was built in 1922. Years later, the service bays were added until the Gas Station closed down in the 1970's. The city of Geneva then acquired the property. In 2003, Sampson Glass, an auto glass repair shop, occupied the building and two years later, in 2005, the Greyhound Bus Station took residence. In 2013, the current owners, Donna and Bob Stivers had the building renovated and created the Lake Street Station Winery and kept the old Texaco theme, a place where you can still Fill Er' Up, but it's going into glasses, not gas tanks.
The Lake Street Station Winery opened Memorial Day Weekend 2013 off of Routes 5&20. The winery is walkable from downtown Geneva, as well as, the Rose Lummis Tour Boat, Hampton Inn and Ramada Inn. There are always two sides to every story; on one side of our building we have a full cocktail bar, cafe and gift shop with local vendors, beer and wine making supplies. On the other side we have a full liquor store with very competitive prices and sell our seven signature wines along with a few select wines from 3 Brothers Wineries and Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards. Our wine tastings are for all 7 of our wines for only $5.00.
Winter Hours
Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 12:00pm-7:30pm
Thursday 12:00pm-7:30pm
Friday 12:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday 10:00am-10:00pm
Discount of the week:
Lake Street Wines Only

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41 Lake Street
Geneva, NY 14456

Downtown Geneva's Walkable Winery


41 Lake Street, Geneva NY 14456 315.325.4089
Lake Street Station Winery