A great way to make use of some additional garden space is to create a terrace. Right now, it is very popular to make your terrace with the intent of making it your outdoor wine drinking, or tasting spot. This is a wonderful way to move your party, or intimate evening out of doors.
Things to consider when selecting the space for your terrace, include pre-existing forms of privacy from a neighbouring road or neighbours property. A proper wine terrace will be one that creates privacy, and barriers from the uninvited world that exists around you. So, if you do not already have a wall, or perhaps a structure, you might consider adding a trellis with vining plants, or fast growing shrubs. If you choose to build a wall instead, you will need to think about what materials, would be the quickest and most economical. A timber slatted wall is the most appealing usually but can require high amounts of maintenance when subjected to extreme temperatures. You will also need to think about the equipment needed to build it including marquee hire, cutting materials and cement.
Also consider the course of the sun, to identify if shade will be an issue. Plus, depending on the amount of space you have available, you may have to be crafty with seating. Perhaps you will use a single garden bench, an entire picnic table or a combination of several chairs with small tables. The goal is to create a spot where you and whomever you invite can relax, and savour good wine and conversation.