Depends on how woody you want it. If you're looking for deep woods, you might like Norne by Slumberhouse or Italian Cyprus from Tom Ford's Private Blends. Light woody is a different, but I own and enjoy Aventus (the cedar note is awesome), as well as Terre d'Hermes (though, again, it's not heavy on woods).
Designer: Terre d'Hermes by Hermes (dry ceder and sharp orange/grapefruit with monster longevity and excellent projection from the edt) and Cacharel pour L'Homme by Cacharel (cedar and sandalwood... sublime)
Niche: Padparadscha by Satellite (a smouldering spicy scent with a gorgeous slightly sweet sandalwood base) and Maestrale by Profumi di Pantelleria (a gorgeous cedar and rhubarb scent with a effervescent vetiver base)
In addition to Gucci pour Homme, Hinoki, and Dark Aoud, check out Comme des Garçons Kyoto, Le Labo Santal 33, Frederic Malle French Lover (aka Bois d'Orage) and to stretch out a bit, Amouage Memoir Man (which gets quite woody in the later dry down).