Enrico Vignoli was born in Bologna in 1980 and grew up in Imola, a city on the ethereal border between Romagna and Emilia. From November 2007 he worked for Osteria Francescana, first in the kitchen, and then at the end of 2009 inaugurated the office of Osteria Francescana.
In the same year he joined Slow Food, followed by a research project in Modena which created several workshops, first for “Po(r)co ma buono”, then for Salone del Gusto, Slow Fish, and for the conduct of Modena. In the following years, along with being the supervisor and creator of several workshops openings he began event planning.
In 2012, with the help of some people, he created the Project Postrivoro. At the end of the same year, the Dissapore portal presents him as one of the year’s uprising leading figures in Italian gastronomy. Without leaving the increasingly developing and multifaceted office of Osteria Francescana, he then followed some consultants for small business and institutions like the Enoteca Regionale dell’Emilia Romagna, for which he would curate and develop a space for events. In 2017 he created an independent studio of facts and ideas named Santa Rita out of people of Postrivoro group.