South and north walls of the atelier with square plan is partly protected. South and west walls of it are placed on a natural rock.

In front of walls, shallow troughs, which two earthenware gutter on west and three on north of the platform that is approximately 60 cm higher than natural rock, are found, are uncovered.

It can be said that there was a “Şırahane (mashing grape)” or “Şırahmana (boiling molasses)” in this area by these findings and information received from local people. Next to the place of boiling molasses, a ruin, which has bonding timber with bond of quarry stone, lime mortar plaster and partly preserve south and west wall and wood flooring on the ground, can be seen.

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