nice shot Zv!
I would say that the range of colors in the image is great, and that the cam cant capture them all within a suitable range in this scene. remember that ANY camera (no matter its cost our quality) cant just reproduce everything our eyes see. I ran into this quit often doing events and wedding and receptions, where the beautiful greens would register different from the reds and Caucasian red skin tones and various shades and colors of make up on brides. Or the ambient would be so hard to knock down even when balanced with gels on flash.
What I found to work is to adjust the White Balance Shift "ONLY WHEN SNAPPING A SCENE THAT I THINK WILL HAVE TOO MUCH RANGE BETWEEN COLORS".
( at this point if you can, go to the shooting menu of your camera which the WBS/BRKT item should be below custom WB expr comp. ,etc. and with the selection dial move a few points towards blue and down a few towards green - play around to see the effects- and take shots of different colr ranges. to bring blue within range do the opposite).
what I mean by this is that aside from instead of waiting to edit after, i try to get all the colors in range from the start.
it helped me greatly after I shot tons of pics only to find after how difficult and time consuming it was to edit colrs and white balance in post.
I dont know all of the technical stuff about how it works exactly but it does work for me!