In the latest catalogue “Fine Wine Champions 2020”, page 10, there is a description of the Robert Oatley The Pennant Margaret River Chardonnay 2018 wine. The person who writes the tasting note says:
"… an unmissable wine, of simultaneous tension, focus and generosity" .
In an attempt to understand what those three terms meant when applied to a wine (Google Translate did not help…), I asked someone whose opinion I value in these matters. This is what he had to say:
“I think tension and focus are different ways of referring to acidity. Focus is also possibly concentration. Generosity is possibly a mix of intensity and ripeness”.
Perhaps the person who wrote the notes can enlighten us?