Mitchell is a well-regarded family-run winery in the Clare Valley.
I carry a few of their wines and like them. Note, this wine has some age on it.
Here’s a review from 2013. Obviously the wine will have developed since then.
"Contrary to common expectation, this wine is named for a pepper tree in the vineyard, not because it smells peppery! The 2010 vintage brought out the best of most South Australian wineries. Mitchell wines have always been well-priced and in years like 2010, they’re bargains. The colour is deep red-purple; the bouquet bright and fresh, with floral and star-anise notes, the latter typical of the ’10 vintage from the Barossa up to Clare. It’s full-bodied and smooth, rich and with spot-on ripeness. It’s full-bodied and long, with ample smooth tannins and excellent balance. Enjoy it any time in the next 25 years. 14.5 per cent alcohol.”
95 points, Huon Hooke.