Line foil in bottom and sides of baking dish. Add soy sauce, teriyaki, and rice wine. Place the salmon in the baking dish and flip over so that both sides are well coated. Fish fillets should not touch. Sprinkle pepper over salmon to taste.
Approximate cooking time is 15-20 minutes, but will depend on thickness of the fish. When fish is flaky and the center is a uniform color, the fish is perfect!
I always use Atlantic Salmon fillets, but wild caught salmon works well too. I do find the higher fat content of the farm raised salmon helps take in the marinade well. If using wild caught, consider marinating for 10 or 20 minutes before baking.