This study examines the impact of different turbidity levels in Sauvignon blanc juice on aroma development. Sauvignon blanc for this study was all harvested on the same day from the same block at Veritas. The grapes were destemmed and cold soaked at 45°F for 19 hours with 35ppm liquid sulfur dioxide and pressed the following day. Only free run juice was used. After the juice was pressed off Cinn-Free was added at a rate of 1.6ml/hL. The juice was settled for two days and then racked off of juice lees and inoculated with X-5 Yeast. At this point lees were added to two of the barrels to two levels of NTU (65.8 NTU and 195 NTU), while the third barrel kept the naturally occurring NTUs of processing (19 NTU). After fermentation the wine was allowed to settle and then was racked off of fermentation lees before barreling into three identical neutral barrels. At racking the medium and high rates of turbidity were combined, for two total treatments: 1) a low turbidity treatment and 2) a high turbidity treatment. No major differences in wine chemistry resulted from the turbidity differences. Thiol parameters may have slightly increased in the higher turbidity treatment. Overall, winemakers were able to distinguish statistically significant differences between wines (p<0.001). This may have been due to slight turbidity differences present in the glasses. No strong trends could be seen with the descriptors used in this study.