Winepress F1 (Fig. 2) was rock-hewn, and comprised a treading floor, a filtration pit and a collecting vat. The treading floor was square (L100; 2.3 × 2.9 m, depth c. 0.35 m; Fig. 3) and had a rectangular rock-cutting (L104; 0.28 × 0.47, depth 0.15 m; Fig. 4) in its center that was used to secure a screw press. The treading floor sloped gently to the west, toward the square filtration pit (L103; 0.8 × 0.8 m, depth 0.7 m; Fig. 5). A short channel (length 0.2 m, width 7 cm) hewn in the northern wall of the filtration pit conveyed the must to the large collecting vat (L102; 1.25 × 1.30 m, depth 1.24 m; Fig. 6) that had plaster remains adhering to its walls. A square rock-cutting, probably hewn after the winepress was no longer in use, was revealed in the northeastern corner of the collecting vat. Another rock-cutting and severance channels were exposed in the southern side of the treading floor. An elliptical shaft (L105; diam. 1.1 m, depth c. 1 m; Fig. 7) discovered north of the winepress may have been used for storing produce or refuse. The ceramic finds included several undiagnostic body fragments.
Winepress F2 (Fig. 8) was rock-hewn, and comprised a treading floor (L106; 2.00 × 2.75 m, max. depth 0.3 m; Fig. 9) and a rectangular collecting vat (L107; 1.1 × 1.5 m, depth 0.9 m). The treading floor, whose western side was not preserved, sloped gently to the east, toward the collecting vat. A short channel (length 0.1 m, width 4 cm) hewn in the eastern wall of the treading floor conveyed the must to the collecting vat. A small sump (diam. 0.2 m, depth 0.1 m) was hewn in the center of the collecting vat. Several undiagnostic pottery sherds were discovered.
Winepress F4 (Fig. 10) was small and simple, consisting of a shallow treading floor (L109; diam. c. 1 m, depth 0.1 m; Fig. 11) and a small triangular collecting vat (L110; 0.75 × 0.85 m, depth 0.25 m). A small circular collecting sump (L115) was hewn in the floor of the collecting vat. A round rock-cutting (diam. 0.27 m, depth 0.3 m), probably used to store produce or refuse, was revealed next to the collecting vat.
Cupmark (F3; Fig. 12). A cupmark (diam. 0.4 m, depth 0.15 m) with a small pit in its center (L108, diam. 0.2 m, depth 3 cm) was discovered 7 m northwest of Winepress F2.
Rock-Cut Pits (F5; Fig. 13). Six elliptical pits (L111; each c. 9 cm long) arranged in a row were discovered on a small bedrock outcrop. It was not possible to ascertain the their purpose.
Cistern (F6; Fig. 14). A water cistern with a square opening (L112; 0.8 × 0.8 m) was discovered in the northern part of the excavation area. Although not completely excavated, the cistern seems to be bell-shaped.
The installations discovered in the excavation resemble those that were previously exposed in the area, and like them they were apparently used in the agricultural hinterland of the settlements at Horbat Kelah and Horbat Zekharya. The few pottery sherds found in the excavation are non-diagnostic and are therefore of no assistance in dating the installations.