A winepress hewn in limestone bedrock was exposed. A hewn channel (length 0.36 m, width 0.17 m) conveyed the must from the treading floor (L102; 2.90 × 3.18 m; Figs. 2, 3) to a filtration pit (L103; 0.98 × 2.10 m, depth 0.36 m) and thence, another hewn channel (length 1.2 m, width 0.13 m) led to a collecting vat (L100; 1.45 × 1.60 m, depth 1.25 m; Figs. 4, 5). The vat was treated with white plaster; inside were small pieces of flint and non-diagnostic sherds. A small sump treated with a thick application of white plaster (L101), in the southwestern corner of the collecting vat, was used for collecting the remainder of the must. 
The winepress joins a large array of agricultural installations that operated in the region in antiquity.