When I recently ate at a 4 star restaurant, I ordered a bottle of red of which they sold the last bottle earlier in the evening. When I asked the wine director for a recommendation for a different bottle, he made a recommendation that he felt was similar in style. When I looked at the wine list, I saw this bottle was almost 3 times the price of my original choice. I feel that was not right. Others I have asked have said his job was to find a substitute closest in style to my original choice regardless of price. I think that since I made a choice of a certain price, his job is to find a substitute of a similar style and price range. Thoughts?