dreemFIRE – Wild Braai November 2022


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dreemFIRE WIld Camp Braai & Fun

  • Saturday afternoon: Wine tasting in the vineyards, understanding the grapes in your wine.
  • Saturday evening: 3 Course Braai demonstration by dreemFIRE. Special focus on compact braaing with minimum tools.
  • Sunday breakfast: Braai croissant and moerkoffe
  • Sunday after breakfast: Nectarine picking (take 3kgs home).

Learn about pots/pans/knives and braaing techniques while we braai for you.

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dreemFIRE – Wild Camp Edition


  • Free camping for Friday and Saturday night
  • Free fire wood
  • 1 x vineyard wine tasting. Includes 5 wines.
  • 1 x Braai Experience:
  • Learn how to make traditional chimichurri and salmuera
  • Starter: Provolone cheese 3 ways
  • Compact Braai:
    • Mini Rump steaks to perfection
    • Veggies
  • Glamping Braai:
    • Picanha
    • Lamb Rib
    • Red pepper/Butternut/Onion
  • Dessert: Nectarines & Cream over the fire
  • 1 x Breakfast: Braai Croissant & Moerkoffe
  • 1 x Fruit Picking Experience – take home 3 kgs of nectarines

Facilitates on farm:

  • Farm dams for swimming
  • Catch and release of tilapia
  • Farm walks
  • Wild Camping.

Activities in the area: things to do if you are arriving on Friday and needs activities for Saturday morning.

  • MTB routes from Rietdakkie farm stall
  • Hikes in bainskloof
  • Wine tasting (Bergsig/Botha/Opstal/Slanghoek/Mountain Ridge)
  • Bosjes
  • Zip slide in Ceres

Our Story

The Dreem Collective started off as a wine farm in 2006 when the Droomer family purchased Rouzelle Farm. Since then, it has evolved into a collective of premium brands, products, and services.

Dreem Fruit: Stone fruit and grape production forms the core of the Dreem Collective. In 2006 when we bought the farm it was 100% wine grapes. Since 2010 more focus has been on stone fruit with eat-some-more characteristics. Dreem Fruit currently produces 16 different stone fruit cultivars with special focus on nectarines and peaches. We produce, pack and market our fruit locally and internationally.  We are directly aligned with leading local retailers like Pick’n Pay and Fresh Mark,  and internationally with Marks & Spencer. With the wine grapes we have been focused on grape production for the past 10 years delivering all our grapes to a cooperative style cellar, Mountain Ridge.

Dreem Wines: Over 600 tons (450 000 bottles) of wine is produced from the grapes produced on Rouzelle. This wine is produced from 9 different cultivars (sauvignon blanc, chenin blanc, chardonnay, viognier, pinotage, merlot, shiraz, ruby cabernet, cabernet sauvignon). In 2020 we decided to put a face to our grapes, and embarked on the journey of creating our own wine brand, Cape Fold!

Dreem Fire: One of our other passions is food, especially over the fire cooking! With lots of South American influence, we developed a passion for The Theatre Of Fire. In 2020 we launched our first range of premium Braai Tools. We also stock premium imported cutlery and knives.

Dreem Stay: To experience the combinations of farm life and tranquillity, guests can come stay in our Kliphuisie farm cottage.

The Team

The Dreem collective is a family driven venture with Leonard Droomer and Mieke Droomer (brother & sister) driving and implementing all aspects.

Leonard is responsible for all the operational, research and development, sales, marketing, and logistics. He currently actively runs Dreem Fruit and Dreem Wines and Dreem Fire through the same admin office based on Rouzelle. Leonard graduated in 2010 with a BsC Agri from Stellenbosch University and then came farming. In 2019 he completed a MBA at Stellenbosch University Business School.

Mieke is responsible for all design aspects, from product development to packaging. With her passion for art, and background in architecture she brings our pillars together – Designe|Quality|Usability|Purpose. Mieke graduated from UCT with as an architect in 2009, and then went on to work in Namibia for 6 years. She now runs her own architectural studio in Worcester.