Definition of Rudesheimer in US English:

Rudesheimer

(also Rüdesheimer)

noun

  • A fine white wine produced at Rüdesheim on the Rhine in Germany.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Paul Henry Maty (1744–1787), librarian. From German Rüdesheimer from Rüdesheim, the name of a wine-producing town in the Rheingau-Taunus district of Hesse + -er.

Pronunciation

Rudesheimer

/ˈruːdəsˌhʌɪmə/