The database of the scenes of viticulture and winemaking in the ancient Egyptian private tombs include the following items about each scene: record number, scene description with the different steps according to the theme, that is, viticulture or winemaking. The steps represented in the viticulture scenes include: vinery, taking care of the vine, grape harvest and counting the baskets. In the winemaking scenes, the steps represented are: transporting grapes to a press, pressing grapes, heating and filtering, pressing the remains in a sack press, filling wine jars, fermentation, offerings to goddess Renenutet, wine tasting, sealing the wine jars, labelling wine jars, counting wine jars, transporting wine jars to a cellar, refrigeration during fermentation, and storing wine jars in a cellar.
The scene-detail database also include: scene details, annotations, scene type and condition, text (inscription and translation) and image/photo. Moreover, the dating (period, dynasties and kings), provenance (governorate, archaeological site, timb name and number, and location inside the tomb) and present location (if it's the same as provenance or in a museum, then location inside the museum and inventory number, or others if it's not a museum) indicated. Finally, the tomb information: type of tomb and tomb's owner (names and titles of the owner).
In the end, the references to the scene are shown.