List of important vine/grape diseases with microbial origin, and summary of the microbial groups with enological relevance.
|Main vine/grape diseases||Microbial groups with enological relevance|
|- Alternaria rot||- Lactic acid bacteria|
|- Brenner Rot||- Acetic acid bacteria|
|- Angular leaf spot||- Conventional starters (Saccharomyces and Oenococcus)|
|- Anthracnose||- non-Saccharomyces yeasts|
|- Armillaria root rot||- Brettanomyces|
|- Grape rots (Aspergillus, Botrytis)||- Fermentation problems
|- Bacterial blight|
|- Bitter rot|
|- Black foot disease|
|- Black rot|
|- Botryosphaeria dieback|
|- Crown gall tumors|
|- Dematophora root rot)|
|- Downy/powdery mildew|
|- Cladosporium leaf spot|
|- Esca / Petri disease|
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