In the vineyards and fruit trees growing area, the storehouses were very important. In them were stored the barrels of wine and brandy („țuica”), the tools used for the vineyards works, and the tools used to process the grapes and the various fruits. Long ago, many warehouses had been placed between the vineyards where they formed real hamlets, surrounded by fences, like a miniature fortresses. When the modern times in the hills of the vineyards arrived, the storehouses were moved into households. The deposits of the Golesti Museum are made of massive oak beams and have 1-3 rooms. Some of them have stone foundations and, more rarely, we find the warehouses with cellars. Generally, they have wooden roofs. The buried or semi-buried buildings designed for the storage of pots and in which the brandy boiler was installed are called „poverne” or „velnițe”. The walls were made of stone to reduce the risk of fire. The boiler for distilling alcoholic beverages (țuica, palinca, rachiu, vinars etc.) was used by the entire community. Containers where the grapes were squeezed, the presses and the barrels are exposed next to the cooper’s house.  „Teascul” is mechanical presses for extracting the grape juice, while a „lin” is a very simple tool, where the grapes were smashed by the workers with their feet. Depending on the traditions of each ethnographic area, either the virgins or the unmarried boys were allowed to climb in a „lin” and crush the grapes.