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Traveller impressed by bougie South Australian supermarkets after visiting Barossa Fresh

Aussie traveller is wowed by the upmarket supermarkets she finds in one state complete with a cheese room: ‘They’re in their own league’

  •  A traveller has been wowed by the ‘bougie’ supermarkets in South Australia
  • Greta Gercovich is documenting her travels around Australia on TikTok
  • In one clip, she documents her visit to Barossa Fresh in Nuriootpa near Adelaide
  • She said the store was ‘so pretty and genuinely enormous’  and ‘in its own league’
  • Her favourite part was the cheese room filled with shelves of gourmet cheeses 

A young woman travelling around the country has shared her shock at how fancy South Australian supermarkets are. 

Greta Gercovich posted a video to TikTok of her visit to the Barossa Fresh supermarket in Nuriootpa, an hour north of Adelaide, and was wowed by how ‘bougie’ it was. 

The keen traveller said the store was ‘so pretty and genuinely enormous’ with neat rows of juice bottles, gourmet bakery and delicatessen ranges as well as a cheese room.     

Greta Gercovich, who is travelling around the country, has been wowed by the ‘bougie’ supermarkets in South Australia

‘Something that is not discussed enough is South Australian supermarkets. Coles and Woolies who?’ Greta said in the clip. 

‘This is Barossa fresh and have at look what they have  – they have a cheese room, I’m here for it.’

A glass door has a sign that reads ‘Please come in and discover our cheese room’ and leads into a small room filled with shelves of high-end cheeses. 

Greta then took a tour of the rest of the store and was impressed with what she found. 

posted a video to TikTok of her visit to the Barossa Fresh supermarket in Nuriootpa, an hour north of Adelaide, and was wowed by how nice it was

posted a video to TikTok of her visit to the Barossa Fresh supermarket in Nuriootpa, an hour north of Adelaide, and was wowed by how nice it was

The keen traveller said the store was 'so pretty and genuinely enormous' with neat rows of juice bottles, gourmet bakery and delicatessen ranges as well as a cheese room

A glass door has a sign that reads, 'Please come in and discover our cheese room' and leads into a small room filled with shelves of high-end cheeses

The keen traveller said the store was ‘so pretty and genuinely enormous’ with neat rows of juice bottles, gourmet bakery and delicatessen ranges as well as a cheese room

‘It’s so pretty and genuinely enormous – look at the aesthetics of this place,’ she said.

‘Can confirm on the list of things I thought I’d be impressed by while travelling supermarkets was not on there but here we are.’

Greta’s clip was captioned: ‘One consistent finding thus far: SA supermarkets are in their own league entirely’.

‘Brb going food shopping,’ one viewer wrote while another said: ‘Bro South Australia KNOWS WHAT’S UP’.  

Greta then took a tour of the rest of the store and was impressed with what she found. She said: 'One consistent funding thus far: SA supermarkets are in their own league entirely'

Greta then took a tour of the rest of the store and was impressed with what she found. She said: ‘One consistent funding thus far: SA supermarkets are in their own league entirely’

South Australians were recommending Greta pay a visit to Pasadena Foodland, another gourmet supermarket while another said their local food shop has won awards

South Australians were recommending Greta pay a visit to Pasadena Foodland, another gourmet supermarket while another said their local food shop has won awards

‘Yeah the rest of Australia needs to look into this,’ a third replied. 

‘Omg I live in the Barossa and I had NO idea there was a cheese room,’ a fourth said. 

South Australians were recommending Greta pay a visit to Pasadena Foodland, another gourmet supermarket while another said their local food shop has won awards.

‘We have a supermarket that has been awarded best in the world multiple times, it has a piano player,’ they said referring to Frewville Foodland.

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