I need a soda scientist: does the surface area at the top of a glass influence how fast it goes flat?
I had a wine glass in my hand, and put soda in it. Which got me thinking: you put wine in wine glasses so that it can aerate better and taste better (apparently - imo wine in mugs is superior for many reasons). But will this increased surface area at the top influence how fast the bubbling process makes my soda go flat? Or is it more a factor of the volume of soda I put in, regardless of the shape of glass?