I've certainly never come across that although with the current trend in bars across the globe for barrel ageing drinks post production it is food for thought.
many bars have taken to blending cocktails and allowing them to rest in small oak casks for a few weeks to allow the flavour to marry and mellow.
On a practical level though I can't see anyone ever really bottling in wood. The product would continue to age and at a much higher rate due to the small size of the bottle-barrel, not to mention the huge environmental variances whilst shipping. There simply would be no control over how the product would reach the consumer and in terms of a solid commercial brand consistence in quality is paramount.