The Prince Charles Hat Trick


While in Chile telling the poor of the world to go die already and stop emitting so much CO2, the Prince did a little pimping of his other passion in life, organic wine:

The royal couple will visit the Emiliana vineyard outside the Chilean capital of Santiago, where they will meet Rafael and Jose Guilisasti, two brothers heavily involved in the development of organic wine production in Chile.

Prince Charles is a passionate supporter of organic farming in Britain, including his own farm on his Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire.

The Emiliana vineyard has pioneered organic wine production in Chile, basing production in three different valleys. Its products are exported to 40 countries around the world, including the UK.

If global warming is real and if it is the iminent threat that Prince Charles has declared, should’t we do everything possible to reduce our carbon footprint?  In that case, why in the world should anyone outside of South America buy wine from Chile? 


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