CUT INTO LIMESTONE BEDROCK, this large winery complex at the foot of Tel Jezreel consists of a treading floor (1), two vats (2a–b), a basin (3) and numerous mortars or pits (4). Freshly treaded grape juice would flow from the rectangular treading floor into the primary fermentation vat (2a). After a few days, the wine-to-be would be strained into jars for secondary fermentation in a cool place. Could this winery have belonged to the famed Naboth’s vineyard, referenced in 2 Kings 9?