I really like where most 98s are now and keep reaching for them when I'm not looking for a wine with significant age, but instead one that's ready yet still vibrant. I've had the Mugnier Fuees several times over the past couple of years, most recently late December where it showed really well against roumier's cras and a lafon champans. I might have slightly preferred the roumier with its marginally more apparent spine but the two both chambolles were really quite spectacular. The volnay might have seemed better had it not been in that company; as it was, it needed more precision.
Checking on cellartracker for other 98s recently consumed: well, last week I pulled a bertheau amourouses to pair with a friend's 96 - both really excellent (bertheau's 96s have never been marred by excess acidity), with my preference for the slightly more animale 96 but the group preferred the 98. I opened a couple bottles of Jadot's CSJ last fall - it's a terrific wine but whereas a couple of bottles opened in winter 2008 and even late last summer were relatively open and showed how great that wine is, a bottle opened last december made me vow to stay away from my couple of remaining bottles. Cathiard's Malconsorts needs more time, as does the Clos des Lambrays.