The winepress (at least 10

× 15 m; Fig. 1) consisted of a treading surface (1; 2.5 × 4.0 m), two circular collecting vats (2, 3; each 1.5 m in diam.) and a rectangular collecting vat (4; 0.75 × 3.50 m). The latter was joined to the treading surface via three channels. Part of the winepress was covered with soil. Cupmarks and rock-cuttings were discovered around the winepress and in its vicinity. The remains of a wall built of chalk fieldstones were discerned to the north, east and south of the winepress. It was preserved a single course high and it probably separated the winepress from the surrounding area.