Do you know what type of wood? There are several, most popular being sandalwood and cedarwood.
Guerlain Samsara contains the most sandalwood known (in extrait concentration). Lots of niche offerings are based on both woods (Serge Lutens and Sonoma Scent Studio, are just the first two that spring to mind). We also have plenty of fans of the inexpensive, on the budget excellent Roberto Cavalli fragrances -- Original, Serpentine and Oro. How well are you versed on JCEllena scents with his (sometimes excessive) use of IsoESuper which DOES go mellow and enveloping on some skins and which some people can't stand?
Among the personal favorites -- Yves Rocher Cedre Bleu.