Area 1. A rock-hewn winepress, oriented north–south, was exposed on a large bedrock surface. It consisted of a treading floor (c. 1.7 × 2.0 m) and a collecting vat (diam. c. 0.65 m, depth c. 0.7 m; Figs. 1, 2) that was adjacent to the southern side of the floor. Another smaller collecting vat was in the eastern part of the treading floor and opposite it was a depression in the west. A shallow hewn channel extended from the collecting vat to the end of the bedrock surface.
Area 2. A rock-cut rectangular installation (0.9 × 1.3 m, depth c. 0.35 m; Figs. 3, 4), with a shallow settling pit at its bottom, was exposed and a few potsherds were collected.
The potsherds included bowls (Fig. 5:1–4) from the Late Roman period (third–fifth centuries CE) and a base of a stand (Fig. 5:5) from the same period (third–fourth centuries CE). Although it was not possible to date the installations, they probably belonged to the same period.