Aldi’s wine advent calendar is returning this Christmas.
The festive countdown, which has sold out in previous years, contains a boozy miniature behind each of its doors.
You get a selection of red, white, rosé and sparkling wine so you can try a lot of different options in December.
All of the miniatures are 187.5ml except the fizz which comes in 200ml bottles.
The advent calendar retails at £49.99, which works out as £2 for each item.
Aldi will also be helping customers to feel merry with its Prosecco advent calendar.
The Christmas countdown is filled with 24 bottles of bubbles.
Traditional Prosecco, Italian rosé and sparkling Pinot Grigio can be found behind its doors.
This advent calendar is £10 pricier than the standard wine one.
It retails at £55.99, which works out at around £2.50 a bottle.
The calendars are expected to fly off shelves again so we’d recommend picking one up in advance.
Wondering what Christmas will look like this year?
Boris Johnson is considering lifting the ban on gatherings over 6 people for 24 hours on Christmas Day to allow the nation to get into the festive spirit, it has been reported.
The PM is considering lifting spirits for just one day over the festive period, after it was understood government advisors were planning for the rule to be in place for at least three months.
An insider told the Sun on Sunday: “The PM is anxious to avoid being portrayed as Scrooge.
“He’s fully aware that millions of people are making big sacrifices to defeat this virus and is wondering ways to allow them to experience the joy of Christmas for at least part of the holiday season."
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