I remember this sandwich from my youth and memories like that are best left alone. This was a fairly sweet, bready sandwich with some chicken flavor, but more of a generic sandwich element.
The worst match here was the Zinfandel, which turned hot and sweet with the sandwich, while the Rene Barbier turned short and thin. The Pinot Noir also turned thin and fruitless.
With three winners, there were a lot to choose from here. The Stump Jump was a surprise to me here, but its spicy fruit contrasted with the sandwich, creating some complexity. The Wolftrap felt both richer and higher in acid here, while the Eberle Chardonnay added layers of oak spice and a big surge of fruit.