Adam Brownwrote a review of Vittoria Peyote Tire - 29in on October 27, 2015
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have ridden and raced this tire on most trail conditions this year. I have also ridden the Barzo and Mezcal. This seems to me to be the most utilitarian of the bunch, meaning that it is fast enough and grippy enough. The Mezcal is faster, (I use it only on the rear), but it is also more susceptible to damage. The Peyote is still grippy in damp soils, but if really sloppy, I would choose the Barzo.
I have used both TNT and regular versions of this tire and run both tubeless without any problems. The non-TNT version rolls faster and is lighter. If not too many sharp rocks, you will have no problem with it.