At Tenuta Licinia, we farm a mixture of subsoils. Some of our subsoils have a particularly high potential and others are slightly less interesting even if you can make nice accessible wines on them. We self classify at three levels, grande quartiere, primo quartiere and Borgo quartiere. The grande quartiere are subsoils that only have a very interesting subsoil structure, the primo quartiere are made of geological conglomerates that contain in a significant part the most interesting kind of subsoils, and the Borgo quartiere are just normal Tuscan wine subsoils, with rocks and subsoil natures that are suitable for growing good wines, but that will not make great wines.