The site included an agricultural area delineated by a stone wall, farming terraces, a winepress and a quarry.
The Agricultural Area (37 × 47 m) was delimited by fieldstone walls (W2 in the north, Fig. 1; W4 in the east, Fig. 2; W1 in the west, Figs. 3, 4) founded on bedrock at a depth of 0.2–0.4 m below surface. Within the area were farming terraces (length 3–12 m, width 1 m, height 0.4 m) and one of them (W3; Fig. 2), which abutted the wall that surrounded the area (W4), was excavated. The farming terrace wall was a row of a single stone course and the terrace fill included earth mixed with small stones.
The Winepress consisted of a treading floor (2.0 × 2.1 m, height 0.35 m; Figs. 5, 6), a square settling pit (0.45 × 0.45 m, depth 0.25 m), to which a hewn channel (depth 5 cm) led from the treading floor and a collecting vat (0.8–1.0 × 0.95 m) that was connected to the settling pit via a perforation (diam. 5 cm).
The Quarry(10 × 15 m, height 1 m), located east of the winepress, contained negatives of stones (height c. 0.25 m) and severance channels (width c. 10 cm).