Christmas isn't Christmas anymore without an overly, bizarre new Christmas product to place in the middle of the dinner table.

This year supermarkets have opted for combining products which you wouldn't normally think would traditionally go together. Or maybe they would? You decide…

Aldi has introduced a chocolate wine to sip decadently on this festive season.

They describe the wine with “notes of rich cherry and red fruit enveloped in velvety premium dark chocolate.” The wine is also rumoured to be 70% pure chocolate.

It will cost £9.99 and will be available from November 14 leaving plenty of time for you to stock up for Christmas.

The next item is the epitome of Christmas. You have obviously heard of pigs in blankets but Iceland has created something pretty special.

Pigs in blanket crisps are the newest offering from Iceland, which says it wants customers to enjoy the flavour whenever they want.

Lidl’s offering is for the Prosecco-loving members of society - in the shape of a hangover-free Prosecco.

The organic Prosecco is said to be lower in sulphites than other makes, which is the main reason we suffer hangovers.

Sainsbury’s has something unexpected for their customers this year: Gin and Tonic Salmon pâté.

Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference Scottish Smoked Salmon pâté with a Gin and Tonic glaze is a contemporary take on a classic dish, with on-trend zingy jelly topping.

And last but certainly not least is Tesco with their Candy Cane flavoured crisps. This divisive snack may leave you either puzzled or else full of Christmas joy.

They are hand cooked crisps, dusted with a sweet peppermint flavouring for a sweet and salty taste experience.

So what do you think? Will you be buying any of these festive treats?