La Caneva Dei Biasio Prosecco DOC Treviso Extra Dry NV

Prosecco DOC Treviso at Popsy & JJ Online in Australia

Make it yours now for

$35.00  RRP
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Super fine bead, honeydew melon and pear. This classy artisan Prosecco has been family produced for 3 generations on soil cultivated for almost 500 years. It is a perfect aperitif style. Very moreish bubbles!

Please wait...

La Caneva Dei Biasio Prosecco DOC Treviso Extra Dry NV

Prosecco has been produced in Italy for centuries. It can be dated back to 1593. Prosecco DOC is produced in nine provinces spanning the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions in Northern Italy. Prosecco is the world’s most popular sparkling wine with over 700 million bottles sold last year. This drop has been skilfully produced by a small artisan vineyard that has been run by a family for the past 80 years. Prosecco grapes or Glera as they are sometimes called are the only grapes used to make this classy, fun filled wine.

Pour this into a traditional flute you will notice the constant fine bead that is long lasting. The straw colour reminded us of a farm shed full of hay. This extra dry has subtle sweetness with flavours of honeydew melon and pear. It is a perfect aperitif wine but don’t underestimate this as a wine that can be drunk with your main meals. We matched this with a butter prawn curry (click for recipe) and the two together worked a treat.

Serve this cold. We put it in the freezer about 10 minutes before serving. Don’t forget that Prosecco is a great wine to mix and make some super summer cocktails like a Bellini, Aperol Spritz (a Popsy and JJ favourite when we were in Verona) or a Spagliato.

If you love this Prosecco DOC Treviso, try our Prosecco DOCG "La Caneva Dei Biasio Prosecco DOCG Asolo Superiore NV" today!

Popsy & JJ tasted and food matched July 2021


Glass flute or nouveaux Champagne glass.


Can cellar for at least 3 years …but why?
Read More

Popsy says

Perfect bead and fruit balance from the get-go! Is there any occasion you wouldn’t open a bottle of this with friends?

JJ says

I love this as a stand-alone drink however mix to make an Aperol Spritz is pure Italian heaven.

Try it with...

Beef massaman curry

Prawn curry

BBQ chicken thigh fillets

BBQ fish

Fish tacos (soft shell)

Thai seafood medley