The Italian side are just three games into their debut season in the celtic competition and are unbeaten at home after victories over Llanelli Scarlets and former Heineken Cup champions Leinster at the weekend.
The Blues travel to the Stadio Monigo this weekend and Young insists his side are aware of the challenge that awaits them in Northern Italy.
"Treviso is already looking like one of the toughest places to get a result," said Young.
"They have been in the Heineken Cup for years and every year they have either picked up some decent wins or come away with some narrow losses. They are used to playing at the top level and they have recruited a couple of new guys as well."
"The Italian teams have already proved they are worthy of their place in the league with their results."
"It's an exciting new development to the competition. They are getting decent crowds and their inclusion has added something new."
Treviso have an impressive 16 victories under their belt in Europe's premier competition and will look to carry this season's league form into their European campaign, which begins on Saturday, October 9, when they welcome double Heineken Cup champions Leicester to Italy.
They travel to Perpignan a week later for their next Pool 5 encounter before renewing their rivalry with the Scarlets in back-to-back fixtures in December.