Red wines go best on soils made on limestone. Large white wines are also produced in areas with limestone substrates, for example chalky Champagne vineyards or silica marls in the Chassagne-Montrachet appellation are among the most prestigious in the world. (https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Białe_wino)
For the municipality of Racławice, the typical soil is the chalked margins covered with loess. There are also land built on limestone rocks. So the soil conditions for wine production are excellent here.