Located on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Founded by Frank Stamp, a dentist from Maryland moved to the Finger Lakes in 1951. He initially planted Labrusca and Hybrid varieties. In the mid 1980s, they added some new hybrid varieties and Vinifera plantings. The commercial grape production continued for 36 years until 1988, when Frank's son, Monty, his spouse, Beverly, and their children pressed grapes for their first vintage.
Today, the farm has 75 acres under vine and is the home to Lakewood Vineyards winery. The winery produces wines from all three families of grapes including a Pinot Noir that has won awards in wine competitions.