Hue twists are unavoidable using the camera profiles provided by Adobe. This issue was discussed in length and depth years ago. Follow http://dcptool.sourceforge.net/Hue%20Twists.html
and take a look at the links. As said there: It's indended to work this way and for some reason.
Untwisted profiles are available but may not suit your needs.
"There ainít no such thing as a free lunch" comes to mind and I agree with Les Sparks.
And the hue twist can be easily corrected for by just remapping the highlights by reshaping the point curve toward either a flattened or arched tweak in the region the hue twist occurs. I've done it countless of times. I've never had an issue with hue twists using Recovery or any other dynamic range expanding tool tweak.
What amazes and pleasantly surprises me is the use of Adobe Standard Beta profile in miraculously fixing hue errors (i.e. overly saturated pinky orange highlights in sunset clouds or overly greenish yellow tungsten next to daylight pinky blue white walls). That profile neutralizes the entire tonal scale of the image while toning down overly saturated cobalt blue skies and over exaggerated cool/warm effects. But I do have to increase green tint WB slider.
Adobe's engineers are doing something to the color tables in the image with Adobe Standard Beta I can't pull off with a custom profile. At least this is what I surmise editing Pentax PEF's from my K100D DSLR. I don't know if this happens with other camera brand's Raw files.