Johnny, you are much better off changing the oil before you put a car away for winter storage. If there are too many acids in the oil and the engine is sitting all that length of time, it can cause problems.
If someone is only going to do one oil change per year on a car that is winter stored, do it in the fall.
There is no need to change the oil again in spring though, it'll be almost as good as new. Just don't go starting the engine during winter storage time, leave it alone until it's time to bring it out in the spring (or if you have the opportunity to take it out on a nice long drive on dry roads during the winter, do it)